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Untermyer Gardens - Yonkers #iscoutny
06/23/2019

Untermyer Gardens - Yonkers #iscoutny

Greystone Court - Yonkers #iscoutny
06/23/2019

Greystone Court - Yonkers #iscoutny

06/21/2019

Coolhunting & Trends
In celebration of the start of summer, CH-favorite @geronimo crafted one of her signature balloon installations inspired by @davidyurman’s new Solari Collection. The piece, which is meant to be walked through, will be in Madison Square Park through 23 Jun

376-380 Lafayette St where Lincoln Rhyme lived in THE BONE COLLECTOR #iscoutny
06/21/2019

376-380 Lafayette St where Lincoln Rhyme lived in THE BONE COLLECTOR #iscoutny

Hoboken terminal on a rainy day
06/21/2019

Hoboken terminal on a rainy day

Washington Square Park NYC #iscoutny
06/21/2019

Washington Square Park NYC #iscoutny

NYS Film Uldw-NYC Directors Guild of America Theatrical Teamsters Local 817  Made in NY #Iscoutny
06/20/2019
Uldw-NYC

NYS Film Uldw-NYC Directors Guild of America Theatrical Teamsters Local 817 Made in NY #Iscoutny

TONIGHT!! Come through if you're free, tickets are still available! This NYC Women Filmmakers event is Women on Location panel with Audra Gorman, Charlynne Hopson & Karen Salva! Doors open at 6:30 pm, the event will begin promptly at 7:00 pm. Filmmakers of all genders are welcome to attend.

Thursday 20 June at 7:00 PM
Tisch School Of The Arts
721 Broadway, Room 108
New York, NY 10003

Click below for tickets and additional info!

Rochester/Finger Lakes Film Commission
06/20/2019

Rochester/Finger Lakes Film Commission

Did you know? We all know Kodak/George Eastman - but did you know Movietone/Theodore Case ? It all started right here in the Rochester/Finger Lakes region. Still going strong today!!!

06/11/2019
New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission

New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission

Murphy Administration, NJEDA Award First Round of Film Tax Credits
06/11/2019

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) Board approved four film and television productions for tax credits through the New Jersey Film and Digital Media Tax Credit Program. The four approved projects, the first under the law signed by Governor Murphy in 2018, represent a range of productions including major film and television productions, as well as smaller, independent films. Two approved productions include diversity plans under a new provision that provides a bonus for productions that submit an approved plan for the recruitment and hiring of minority persons and women and make good-faith efforts to achieve the goals of the plan.

“New Jersey has a rich history as the setting for hundreds of films and television shows,” said Governor Murphy. “Our diverse population and geography have long kept us on the short lists of studios and location scouts. The addition of this tax credit as well as our continued defense of progressive values put New Jersey on the cusp of becoming one of the premier locations in the nation.”

“This first group of film tax credit approvals emphasize what Governor Murphy has said—New Jersey is ready to stake its claim as a premier location for film and television production,” said NJEDA Chief Executive Officer Tim Sullivan. “Film and television production offers many economic benefits including new jobs and support for local small businesses, and this powerful incentive, along with New Jersey’s diverse population and landscapes, make a compelling case to producers that New Jersey is the ideal place for their next project.”

Signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy last summer, the Film Tax Credit provides a tax credit of 30 percent of qualified film production expenses, with the potential for bonus credits depending on where in New Jersey goods and services are purchased. To be eligible for the program, a film must spend at least 60 percent of its total budget through vendors authorized to do business in New Jersey or spend more than $1 million in qualified expenses in New Jersey.

The projects approved in June represent a wide array of film and television productions. From a biopic that illuminates Kathy DiFiore’s inspiring story of overcoming domestic violence and homelessness to establish a shelter for women and pregnant teens, to a story of star-crossed lovers in Atlantic City, the projects approved today involve locations and workers from across the state.

Two of the projects approved today included a diversity plan for the hiring of minority and women persons. Under the diversity component of the program, films can potentially receive a bonus of two percent of qualified film production expenses if the project can demonstrate good-faith efforts to undertake the actions and achieve the goals of the approved diversity plan.

The productions approved today represent nearly $6.2 million in tax credits, with individual awards ranging from $77,000 to more than $3 million.

c. 1740 Georgian - Marlborough, CT - $349,900 - Old House Dreams
06/11/2019
c. 1740 Georgian - Marlborough, CT - $349,900 - Old House Dreams

c. 1740 Georgian - Marlborough, CT - $349,900 - Old House Dreams

Welcome to the Captain Ebenezer Fiske House, a Pre-Revolutionary Saltbox originally built in Southington circa 1740 and re-sited in Marlborough in 1979-80. This home is a must see located at the end of Parker Road on 6 bucolic acres surrounded by stone walls, state forest, peace, quiet and privacy.....

06/09/2019
2019 Upfronts Demonstrate Continued Success for New York TV Production
06/09/2019
2019 Upfronts Demonstrate Continued Success for New York TV Production

2019 Upfronts Demonstrate Continued Success for New York TV Production

At least 20 major network series will film in New York State this year, including five new series.  Empire State Development made that announcement in May at the conclusion of the 2019 upfronts, where...

So incredibly proud to work on The Enemy Within! Cheers to an amazing Emmy Season! #UTVFYC #NJ #tv #media
06/07/2019

So incredibly proud to work on The Enemy Within! Cheers to an amazing Emmy Season! #UTVFYC #NJ #tv #media

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06/04/2019

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Location Managers Guild
06/02/2019
Location Managers Guild

Location Managers Guild

Hollywood has had a long love affair with the villa. And it's not just romance movies like Under the Tuscan Sun that revolve around villas. Nearly every genre, from action to comedy, has fallen under the spell of the European countryside. Many of these properties have histories just as interesting and dramatic as the movies they’re featured in, including some that have been used to hide mistresses and even a Mafia arsenal. From a minimalist house in Sweden to UNESCO world heritage sites in Italy, these villas have hosted spies, ballerinas, lovers, and even warriors from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

Long before its cameos in Woody Allen’s To Rome with Love, Bruce Lee’s The Way of the Dragon, and The Lizzie McGuire Movie, the Villa d’Este was the palace of Cardinal Ippolito II d’Este. Designed by Pirro Ligorio, the palace and its spectacular Renaissance gardens were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.

Few locations can boast that they’ve hosted James Bond and Anakin Skywalker. Set on the Lavedo Peninsula in Lake Como, Villa Balbianello was built by Cardinal Durini in the late 18th century and was later the home of explorer Guido Monzino. The villa and its gardens were featured in Casino Royale and Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones.

Two Salzburg homes were used to create Villa Von Trapp in The Sound of Music. (The real Villa Trapp in nearby Aigen is now a hotel.) Schloss Leopoldskron’s lakeside terrace was featured in the film, and the villa’s elegant Venetian room was re-created on a Hollywood soundstage. Schloss Frohnburg served as the exterior of the home.

Filming For Sopranos Prequel - "The Many Saints of Newark" Begins at Holsten's | Baristanet
05/22/2019
Filming For Sopranos Prequel - "The Many Saints of Newark" Begins at Holsten's | Baristanet

Filming For Sopranos Prequel - "The Many Saints of Newark" Begins at Holsten's | Baristanet

We said goodbye to The Sopranos at Holsten’s Brookdale Confectionery, when the HBO series ended with a famous finale that cut to black moments after Meadow struggled to parallel park on Broad Street while Tony Soprano ate onion rings, listening to “Don’t Stop Believin'” and then looked up at...

Empire State Development Announces 20 Major Network Series Will Film in New York State This Year | Empire State Developm...
05/22/2019
Empire State Development Announces 20 Major Network Series Will Film in New York State This Year | Empire State Development

Empire State Development Announces 20 Major Network Series Will Film in New York State This Year | Empire State Development

Empire State Development Announces 20 Major Network Series Will Film in New York State This Year 5 New and 15 Renewed Series Will Film Across the State May 17, 2019 At Least 45 Series Including Streaming Services and Premium Cable Have Committed to Filming in New York State as of May 17 Empire State...

The world's most extreme odysseys
05/17/2019
The world's most extreme odysseys

The world's most extreme odysseys

Who in the world would voluntarily embark on these epic journeys? Hard to say, but here are 10 odysseys to consider, if you're hungry for adventure.

Cooper Hewitt
05/17/2019
Cooper Hewitt

Cooper Hewitt

We are sorry to hear that architect I.M. Pei, 2003 National Design Award winner for Lifetime Achievement, has passed away.

The long and distinguished career of I.M. Pei, one of the twentieth century’s most important architects, began when he left China at the age of eighteen to study architecture at the University of Pennsylvania and MIT. He completed a stunning number of iconic designs for many international clients, including the Louvre Museum in Paris, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Bank of China, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/16/obituaries/im-pei-dead.html

#NYC #Manhattan #sunset #nosleep #alwaysgrowing #alwayschanging
05/17/2019

#NYC #Manhattan #sunset #nosleep #alwaysgrowing #alwayschanging

05/17/2019

Hey #Miami

The Vintage Beauty Of Soviet Control Rooms
05/12/2019
The Vintage Beauty Of Soviet Control Rooms

The Vintage Beauty Of Soviet Control Rooms

Just for the pleasure, a selection of vintage control rooms dating back to the Soviet era! A beautiful collection of control rooms filled with large buttons and analog dials, long before the democratization of computers and screens. More info: Present And Correct (h/t: ufunk, sobadsogood)

Ballantine Gates Forest Hill, Newark, New Jersey
05/06/2019

Ballantine Gates Forest Hill, Newark, New Jersey

Uldw-NYC
05/04/2019
Uldw-NYC

Uldw-NYC

Always be kind to your neighbor. 🎥 🎬 ❤️

New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission #NJ #media #tv #radio
05/01/2019
The Ernie Kovacs Centennial: 1919-2019

New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission #NJ #media #tv #radio

A Special Tribute Commemorating the Centennial of Ernie Kovacs' Birthday

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is booming, but still holds rustic charm
05/01/2019
The Brooklyn Navy Yard is booming, but still holds rustic charm

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is booming, but still holds rustic charm

The booming Brooklyn Navy Yard, where mighty World War II battleships were launched, has scores of more peaceful new stories to tell. Owned by the city since 1966, the contemporary industrial park …

Tribeca Film Festival in NYC thru May 5th
04/29/2019
Tribeca

Tribeca Film Festival in NYC thru May 5th

Great stories from the greatest storytellers. #Tribeca2019: April 24 — May 5

04/20/2019

Open house at Art Factory, Paterson. Congressman Pascrell and Mayor Sayegh in attendance.

Netflix plans $100 million expansion in Manhattan, Brooklyn
04/18/2019
Netflix plans $100 million expansion in Manhattan, Brooklyn

Netflix plans $100 million expansion in Manhattan, Brooklyn

Breadcrumb Home Real Estate April 18, 2019 01:30 PM Netflix plans $100 million expansion in Manhattan, Brooklyn Ryan Deffenbaugh Tweet Share Share Email More Print Bloomberg Netflix will invest up to $100 million to expand its presence in the city with a new production hub in Brooklyn and corporate....

Old House Dreams
04/18/2019
Old House Dreams

Old House Dreams

2 bed, 1 bath, 1320 sq ft. Beautiful interior details include birch gum floors, Mercer tile fireplace with inglenook, sleeping porch, built-in bookcases and original light fixtures.

Have we met?
04/16/2019
Have we met?

Have we met?

UPDATED 3/2/19 Good morning Locations Dept!: If you are a Location Manager, (or other Department Head / Assistant..

Official Passaic County Film Commission @ 15th Annual Passaic County, NJ Film Festival
04/13/2019

Official Passaic County Film Commission @ 15th Annual Passaic County, NJ Film Festival

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