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Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for the self-employed and independent contractors in New Jersey:
The festival is accepting film submissions via Film Freeway
Opened in 1981 to host professional sports and concerts, the Izod Center in the Meadowlands...
The New Jersey Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program provides tax credits against the corporation business tax and the gross income tax...
New Jersey contains 21 counties and 566 municipalities. Each city and town has its own unique regulations pertaining to film production...
your guide to production related personnel, goods and services available in New Jersey...
Our on-line photo location library offers just a sampling of what is available...
North Jersey locations are being used for the CBS television series The Equalizer, a new take on the 1980s drama series of the same name.
Janice Kovach, a board member of the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission, was sworn in as President of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities on Friday, November 20.
Aaron Sorkin’s powerful new drama The Trial of the Chicago 7 will begin streaming on Netflix beginning October 16th.
Romantic drama filmed in New Jersey available on August 21
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission has been nominated by the Location Managers Guild International as an Outstanding Film Commission.
Thriller movie filmed in New Jersey can be watched On Demand at Home
Alternate History Miniseries set and filmed in New Jersey premieres Monday, March 16 at 9 pm
Following a record year for New Jersey’s motion picture and television industry, Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation to expand the financial incentive program that has served as a catalyst for a dramatic increase in production activity in the state.
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission is pleased to announce the addition of Janice Kovach to the 10-member Commission. Governor Phil Murphy’s appointment of Kovach was approved by the Senate on January 13.
Interactive Digital Location Library Showcases Diverse NJ Locations Available for Film and TV Productions
Free Diverse Production Assistant Training Program Open To 30 New Jersey Residents
State and local officials joined a wide array of film and television industry leaders in Newark to discuss diversity and inclusion in New Jersey’s film industry at today’s Diversity in Film and Television Production Forum.
Last Updated: 08/21/20