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Want to know which states want filmmakers the most?

Uncapped states are CT, GA, HI, IL, KY, ME, MA, & NY has $420M/year!State-by-State Funds Available as of May 2016 (chart via Entertainment Partners)

Night at the Fights

The fundraiser Philly’s D.A. Seth Williams & Bernard Hopkins are training for on Good Day Philadelphia ‪#‎FOX29‬ right now is almost here!  NIGHT AT THE FIGHTS is the charity event of the year! See the preparation training segment here: http://www.fox29.com/good-day/113478968-video Featuring the Golden Gloves Championships and live music concert, Night at the Fights is a fundraiser benefiting [...]

FREE Crew Tickets to ‘Night at the Fights’!

Are you a film or tv production crew member who has a free listing in our Film.org Crew & Vendor database?  If yes, you qualify to receive FREE tickets to the upcoming fundraising event, NIGHT AT THE FIGHTS!Email your full name and crew job title to marketing@film.org to enter.  First come, first served.Night at the Fights [...]

You’re invited! Black History Month Reception- Voices of the Civil Rights Movement

We are proud to partner with NAMIC Philly & the Black Professional Alliance at Comcast (BPA) for a Black History Month Closing Reception, this Thursday, 2/25/2016.  This FREE event will highlight ‘The Voices of the Civil Rights Movement’ interactive project and activism.  Come network to collaborate! RSVP here: http://ow.ly/YF0gjAbout NAMIC: The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in [...]

Top Reasons to Film in Philly

Philadelphia is so much more than a setting, its a character.  Audiences caught a glimpse of the diversity and charm of our city’s streets in the early days of Philly’s onscreen appearances during Rocky, with Rocky Balboa’s training route, ending in the iconic scene at the top of the Art Museum steps.  Since then, the City of Brotherly Love [...]

Looking for a #PhillyFilm to watch? These are currently streaming on #Netflix! #whattowatchwednesday Taps (1981), The Suspect (2013), McCanick (2013), Charlotte’s Web(2006), The Discoverers (2012), Slow Learners (2015), Silver Linings Playbook (2012), Witness (1985), Night Catches Us (2010), National Treasure (2004), Jersey Girl (2004), Two Bits (1995), Dare (2009), Wide Awake (1998)   

Wishing you and everyone in our Greater Philadelphia film community health, happiness and prosperity in this holiday season and into the New Year! We thank you for being a part of our wonderful extended family of film and tv professionals and enthusiasts. Love, All of us at the Greater Philadelphia Film Office

#ThrowbackThursday Filmmaker’s Spotlight: Rel Dowdell

March 29, 2012 (Philadelphia, PA) American screenwriter, film director, producer, and screenwriting educator, Rel Dowdell in partnership with Philly First Entertainment releases his second feature film, “Changing The Game” on Friday, May 11, 2012 exclusively at AMC Theatres locations in Philadelphia, New York City, Washington DC, Atlanta, and Chicago before being released nationwide. The drama, shot [...]

#ThrowbackThursday Filmmaker’s Spotlight: Sayyed Muhammad

Sayyed Muhammad and rap artist Gran Centinial being interviewed at Temple University Radio Station in 2010.Jami Marl Films was formed in 2007 by Sayyed Muhammad in New York City. Sayyed began taking on Video production accounts in Philadelphia, late 2008 and made Philadelphia the permanent residence of the company soon after. Jami Marl Films has been [...]

The positive impact films & TV have on Philly

“All of these movies really impact the character of the city of Philadelphia and really have an impact on the city’s pride,” Pinkenson said. “On November 25, ‘Creed’ is going to open worldwide in theaters and all those eyes are going to be on Philadelphia, again, because Philadelphia is a character in this movie and [...]

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The Greater Philadelphia Film Office (GPFO) is a "film commission" representing southeastern Pennsylvania that officially serves the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia.

We are a member of the Association of Film Commissions International (AFCI). GPFO, first established in 1985 as a part of Philadelphia city government, continues to reside within city offices.

In 1992, we became a regional economic development agency, incorporating in 2000 as the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation.


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