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DMV & Baltimore Film Office Directors Panel

  • 04/22/2015
  • 6:15 PM
  • Gallaudet University, Studio behind B111 in the Merrill Learning Center, 800 Florida Avenue, NE Washington DC 20002-3696


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Locations, Permits, Resources and Incentives for TV/VIDEO/FILM Making in the DMV

Come meet the directors of all 4 DMV Film Offices, including: D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (OMPTD), Baltimore Film Office, Maryland Film Office and Virginia Film Office and learn more about what it takes to do production work in the DMV region, including discussions about permits, access, locations, tax incentives and other resources. Find out what assistance, support and guidance these office can make available to you and your production.

We are also excited to announce that Patrick Burns, location manager for the popular Netflix series House of Cards, will be joining us on the panel!

“The Office of Motion Picture and Television Development is excited to be working with TIVA again this year to help nurture, support and promote the talents of our local media industry. We are very much looking forward to continuing and broadening the initiatives we discussed at last year’s Meet the Film Office event and we are excited about the surge in production that is coming as a result of our collective efforts.” Angie Gates, OMPTD - Office of Motion Picture and Television Development http://film.dc.gov/

“You've probably heard that Virginia is for Lovers -- and that's particularly true of filmmakers who love the incredible variety of Virginia film locations and the Virginia Film Office staff who are always ready to help make every shoot smooth, efficient and successful.   We look forward to joining our fellow film commissioners from Maryland and Washington DC at the TIVA Director's Panel on April 22.”
Andy Edmunds, Virginia Film Office  http://www.film.virginia.org/

“Baltimore has been the setting for hundreds of movies, television series, documentaries and commercials over the years. We are proud of our cinematic heritage and look forward to continuing our history of being one of the finest moviemaking cities in the country.  Baltimore currently hosts the hit television series, "VEEP" and "House of Cards." The Baltimore Film Office provides exceptional service to all productions scouting and filming in Baltimore. Our staff has nearly 25 years of experience in and with the film industry in Baltimore. We will help you scout locations, secure permits, provide logistical support and coordinate with city agencies for use of city properties, equipment and personnel.” Debra Donaldson Dorsey, Director Baltimore Film Office Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts http://baltimorefilm.com/

“The Maryland Film Office is an informational, logistical, and location resource for film makers. Our goal is to make the process of filming in Maryland as easy as possible. Maryland offers a rich array of landscapes from which to choose - from the mountains in the west across the rolling hills and farmlands of central Maryland to the beautiful waterfront and sandy beaches of the Eastern Shore. Architecture that spans the centuries from colonial to modern and illustrates a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds can be found throughout the state. Maryland also offers a large and skilled crew and actor base, as well as experienced production, post-production, audio, animation companies and support services to assist you in creating quality productions.”  Jack Gerbes, Director Maryland Film Office

Excited to announce that Patrick Burns, the location manager for the popular Netflix series House of Cards, will be joining us on the panel.

The Main Event will start around 7:05 PM 

Nearest Metro Stop: Shuttle bus available from Union Station, but driving is recommended since they have on campus parking as well as covered parking.


See attached Campus Map for visual map of college.

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