As more and more places try to lure movie and TV production away from Hollywood, it's harder and harder to keep them here. Last weekend, the very people who want to capture projects for their states and countries met here in Los Angeles! Saul Gonzalez went to the annual convention of the Association of Film Commissioners International. He spoke with Amy Lemisch, Director of the California Film Commission; Johnny Griffin, Director of the Wilmington, North Carolina Film Commission; and Katie Kotok, Executive Vice President of the British Film Commission, about the growing rivalry between California and other states and countries to capture film and television production and what California is doing to keep the cameras rolling in the Golden State.
California Film Commission at the annual convention of the
Association of Film Commissioners International