Feature, Television and Commercial Production Levels Lag Last Year (For Now).
“2018 concluded a third consecutive year of record-level film and television production for greater Los Angeles, due in no small part to the California Film & TV Tax Credit program,” said FilmLA President, Paul Audley. “The return of jobs and businesses in the film industry is great news for our region and we look forward to a great 2019.”
Set 400 years in the future on a mid-level exploratory ship populated by a rag-tag human and alien crew, Fox’s The Orville is about the wonders and dangers of outer space. And while the L.A. based show includes obligatory sci-fi elements, The Orville also delves into the often humorous problems of everyday life. Boldly going where few shows have gone before, … Read More
When actor Tom Ellis landed the leading role on a show set in Los Angeles, he was thrilled at the idea of working on a major network series where L.A., in Ellis’ words, “was very much a character of the show.” The plot of Warner Bros.’ Lucifer (which aired seasons 1-3 on Fox before moving to Netflix for future seasons) … Read More
When the California Film & Television Tax Credit Program 2.0 debuted in July, supporters looked with anticipation to the fall, when the benefits of the new program would first be seen. And now, a little less than six months since initial program funds were allocated, production is booming in Greater Los Angeles and jobs optimism is on the rise. All … Read More