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County leaders press for film funding as local film foundation begins grant push

Lawmakers have made steps to improve the grants year after year, but local leaders here want to see more.

Cucalorus Film Foundation awards grants to 11 NC filmmakers

The Cucalorus Film Foundation and the NC Film Office have awarded 11 filmmakers with “Filmed in NC” grants of undisclosed amounts.

Cucalorus accepting applications for ‘Filmed in NC’ grant

Calling all filmmakers! Cucalorus is accepting applications for its 2nd annual “Filmed in NC” Cucalorus Indie Filmmakers Fund.

NC Film Grant to get big increase

A big boost is coming to the North Carolina Film Grant Program.

NC Film Office says production has spent $268 million and created 19,000 jobs in...

As of July 15, more than 40 productions had filed “intent to film” forms indicating that they have filmed or will film in the Tar Heel State. The resulting activity accounts for more than 3,300 production days spread across 35 of the state’s counties. The job opportunities include more than 3,000 crew positions for the North Carolina’s highly skilled film professionals, 500 well-paying talent opportunities and 15,000 background talent positions.

NC Film Office director steps down

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.

NC film industry leaders discuss ‘State of the Slate’

video Film is one of North Carolina’s largest industries, but could the production soon wrap without help from Raleigh?

Fox series to shoot in Wilmington

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.

NC has record-breaking year for film, TV, but don’t expect repeat

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.

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