A spike in film and commercials offsets a dip in TV, driving overall on-location production up 9.5% over last year
Angeles National Forest, the L.A. River and Sepulveda Dam are among the sites off limits for camera crews
Shift will give agency room to expand and put it closer to hot spots for location shoots
TV shoots -- especially web-based -- fueled the increase, FilmL.A. reports
FilmLA reports that drama projects are exiting for N.Y., Canada and Atlanta
TV losses mount as movies, commercials and overall filming regain lost ground, according to FilmL.A.'s year-end report
TV dramas continue slide as low-budget webisode shoots spike, FilmLA reports. Movie production falls 21 percent and overall on-location production is off nearly 4 percent...
FilmLA, which coordinates location shoots for TV, film and commecials in the L.A. region, names Phillip Sokolowski vice president for integrated communications
Cities, counties urged to adopt California Film Commission guidelines under plan endorsed by L.A. Economic Development Corp., FilmL.A.
FilmLA reports 2Q location shoots are off 0.4 percent from same period last year. Commercial production spikes ahead of Olympics
Feature film work spiked 50% in the region, according to FilmL.A.
Tapped-out California tax credit leads to a halt in the growth for productions in L.A.
Regional TV, film and commercial shoots increased for the fifth straight quarter after a disastrous 2009, FilmL.A. reports
Tax incentives in first half of the year helped 2010 finish up double-digits over recession-hit 2009, according to Film L.A.
Film Works suggests there are several clear problems it can address and begin to fix, with the encouragement, support and action taken by filmmakers and...
Features shooting tanks as state incentives run out of funds; TV stays flat