Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Film Office’

December 5th Digital Edition

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SWEET 16 — Record number of films made in Mississippi in 2014

By Jack Weatherly Sixteen movies have been made in Mississippi in 2014, a record for the state. “And I have no reason to believe that 2015 won’t be even better,” said Ward Emling, director of the Mississippi Film Office. Nothing particularly magical happened this year, Emling said of the industry that is known for magic. […] [...]

MBJ November 22nd Digital Edition

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Director of ‘The Help’ wants film business to grow

JACKSON — Director Tate Taylor says he wants to make his native Mississippi a place where people can build careers with steady work in the movie business. He filmed “The Help” in the state in 2010 and announced Aug. 26 that he will make a feature film about the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, with […] [...]

State film office, film festivals mark milestones, continue to grow industry

Look out Georgia and Louisiana. The Mississippi Film Office, the Mississippi Development Authority’s extended economic hand to Hollywood, is celebrating its 40th year of operations and many premier film festivals are ready for another summer of marketing the state to the inner echelons of the film industry. In the last two decades alone, producers, location […] [...]

Film: Mississippi’s new multi-million dollar industry?

All over the state, Mississippi’s film industry infrastructure is getting a boost:  The Mississippi Motion Picture Incentive just got a 5 percent increase, a new Tupelo production facility is open for business,  Canton has a new purpose-built stage and a Gulf Coast Film Office is forming. The state Film Office and local producers believe Mississippi […] [...]

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