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NC Film Office

NC Film Office director steps down

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videoAmid continued deliberation about the future of the state's film incentive program, the N.C. Film Office will soon face the loss of its leader. Aaron Syrett, director of the film office, confirmed Tuesday that he will step down from the position July 31. Full story...
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NC film industry leaders discuss 'State of the Slate'

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video Film is one of North Carolina’s largest industries, but could the production soon wrap without help from Raleigh? Full story...
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Fox series to shoot in Wilmington

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videoAs one TV series leaves Wilmington, another is moving in. The Wilmington Regional Film Commission and the North Carolina Film Office announced today that 20th Century Fox Television is bringing the TV series "Sleepy Hollow" to the Port City. Full story...
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NC has record-breaking year for film, TV, but don't expect repeat

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video The director of the North Carolina Film Office says the state's film industry hit record-breaking numbers the past two years, but that's unlikely to repeat in 2013. Full story...
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NC sets state record for film production spending

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North Carolina has set a record for in-state film production spending this year with five months left to go. The North Carolina Film Office reported Wednesday that 35 films in 30 counties have accounted for $300 million in spending this year. Full story...
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Area business benefiting from Hollywood East resurgence

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video Wilmington currently has six motion pictures in production. The money the film industry brings to our area is the topic of conversation among local economists and film experts today at an economic growth summit. Full story...
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New site lets you submit home for movie use

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Think your home oughta be in pictures? A new state web page lets you submit your home, business, farm or other property for possible use by film crews. The North Carolina Film Office launched the web portal today. Full story...
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