Amy Lemisch

California State Film Commission

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Executive Director of the California State Film Commission, which facilitates and assists the entertainment industry in California

Amy Lemisch on KCRW

Runaway film and TV production may not be a problem as old as Hollywood, but it's been around long enough to cause major headaches for the local economy.

Is Hollywood Really in Trouble?

Runaway film and TV production may not be a problem as old as Hollywood, but it's been around long enough to cause major headaches for the local economy.

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"The Hollywood business is leaving town and going to various other states.

Hard Times for Hollywood

"The Hollywood business is leaving town and going to various other states.

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