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On-Site Filming Jumps in Los Angeles

Film The first three months of filming on location has jumped 25 percent compared to this time of year in 2009.The Los Angeles Times reported that California’s new film incentive may have boosted filming. This is good news for behind-the-scenes workers who have experienced a downturn in work due to the economy, labor restlessness, and work moving out of state. Feature production, which was hit the hardest, went up by 6 percent and commercials went up by 60 percent.

Read the story at the Los Angeles Times.
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