Ohio Senate Reinstates Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit.
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Saturday, June 1 – 8:00 PM
Aronoff Center – Procter & Gamble Hall
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Join us in Columbus on Thursday, May 23rd at 9:00 AM to testify for the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit
Panel discussion, networking session to offer advice for beginning filmmakers
Cincinnati-area filmmakers have an opportunity to learn from some of the leading creators in cinema at a Film Cincinnati and Women in Film event, “Development 101,” a film salon and networking session on Tuesday, May 14 at 5 p.m. at the Cincinnati Club. The panel discussion and networking opportunities are designed to help beginning filmmakers prepare their projects for funding.
Headlining the panel is producer Gwen Bialic, returning to Cincinnati after serving as production manager for the Cate Blanchett/Rooney Mara film Carol. Also on the panel are Aymie Majerski, owner of Barking Fish Entertainment; Kristen Schlotman, executive director, Film Cincinnati; John J Cioffi, III, Chairman of Avenue A Films & Entertainment, and Sarah Lewis, entertainment and media attorney at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.
“This is a rare opportunity for aspiring filmmakers to hear from some of the leaders in the industry,” said Schlotman. “It’s the chance to ask questions and get advice on how to bring a film project from concept to the screen.”
Registration opens at 5 p.m. and the salon starts at 5:45 p.m. Pizza and drinks will be served. A networking session will follow at Barking Fish, 30 Garfield Place. Tickets are $40 for the public, $20 for members and $10 for students and are available at bit.ly/WIF_Tickets.
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Vachon currently is in Cincinnati with the crew of the movie Dry Run
While a Cincinnati-made movie didn’t bring home an Oscar at Sunday’s Academy Awards, it was still a good night for the city as two women from the area took home top awards for their categories.
The Film Cincinnati Speaker Series welcomes Christine Vachon of Killer Films in Cincinnati for one night only! She will share behind-the-scenes stories from her life and career as an independent producer. She has produced award winning and nominated films, including Far From Heaven, Carol and First Reformed.
“It’s exciting to have Film Cincinnati’s reputation and work play out on the Sundance stage”
The Sundance premiere of the Cincinnati-filmed Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, reviews continue to pour in for the movie and, in particular, Zac Efron’s portrayal of mass murderer Ted Bundy. photo: Zac Efron and Lily Collins attend the premiere Friday night of Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile at the Eccles Theater in Park City
“This is a testament to how welcoming and ‘quality’ the people, crews, and talent are.”
Movie Maker Magazine lists Cincinnati in Top 10 cities to make movies
Film Cincinnati Executive Director Kristen Schlotman heads to Sundance Film Festival to support Cincinnati-made Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile world premiere
Wishing you and yours a season full of Romance, Comedy, Action, and Suspense. Horror and Drama not so much!
The Underground Academy of Cinematic Arts is proud to announce the 10th annual Golden Lion Awards High School Film Festival on April 27-28, 2019. The festival is currently seeking submissions and is open to high school/middle school students through March 15, 2019.
From the Red Carpet entrance to the late night dance party - Backlot was rocking!
The Elgin & Winter Garden theatres, a classic movie house along Yonge Street, was the site of several TIFF screenings, including Cincinnati’s “the public” and “The Old Man and The Gun.”
Fresh off its gala presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, “the public,” the Cincinnati-filmed drama written, directed and starring Emilio Estevez, was screened Tuesday night for supporters and staff of the Toronto Public Library Foundation at the downtown library branch.