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The Metro 140 Building in Downtown Miami is ready for it's close up.

Recently the 140 building has been the location for several productions. It played the FBI office in Graceland's season 3, an office for an ITT Tech commercial, and the Music Video "Austin Mahone - Dirty Work" filmed here.

 

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Game On

Game On - An Indie Game Competition

MIA Animation, LLC and the IDEA Center at Miami Dade College, Wolfon Campus are  sponsoring its first ever indie game competition. This competition has been created to encourage independent game development and fresh voices in the video game industry. The winning entry will receive a $1000 cash award and a consulting meeting with an experienced incubator program.

Urgent

Urgent, Inc.’s Calling all Filmmakers ages 14-24
Calling all filmmakers ages 14-24 to participate in Urgent, Inc’s. Youth 4 Social Change Film Festival occurring during the 3rd Annual Florida Youth Economic Development Conference & Expo in Miami, FL, July 13-15, 2016.  Young filmmakers are invited to elevate their voice and inspire change with short films 1-5 minutes long, features social change and submitted by 11:59PM on May 1, 2016.  More...

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MFDP Opens Grant Applications for South Florida Filmmakers

The Miami Film Development Project, a project of the Coral Gables Cinemateque, is pleased to announce the opening of its filmmaker grant programs!

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2016 LATIN AMERICA-US SCREENPLAY TREATMENT COMPETITION FOCUSED ON CROSS-BORDER THEMES

The Latin American Training Center-LATC announces the 2016 Latin America-US Screenplay Treatment Competition, with support by the School of Communication of the University of Miami, the Miami-Dade College, the National Association of Latino Independent Producers-NALIP, the Miami-Dade County Office of Film and Entertainment, the Ibero-American Federation of Film and Audiovisual Producers-FIPCA, Final Draft Screenwriting Software, Gray Robinson Attorneys at law and the Miami International Film Festival. More...

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Miami-Dade’s Office of Film & Entertainment
Launches Production Assistant Sign-up Program

The Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources, Office of Film & Entertainment is launching an initiative that helps match entertainment productions to those interested in entry level Production Assistant (PA) positions.

A PA provides support to the rest of the crew on an entertainment production project. PAs work on movies, TV shows, commercials, music videos and other productions.  A PA may run errands, assist in the production office and purchase production supplies or perform ‘lockup’ so that pedestrians don’t walk onto the film set.

Graduates from local colleges and universities that offer film and entertainment programs are encouraged to participate, but anyone 18 years and older may sign up. PAs must be available full-time and need to have their own vehicle.

The Production Assistant Program will available beginning on October 5, 2015. Participants can may fill out the PA sign-up form online.  Once the form is completed, the information is entered into a database and made available to production companies looking to hire production assistants. However, there is no guarantee of employment.

This initiative is an effort to keep young talent in Miami-Dade County and grow the production base in the film and entertainment industry. To see what is going on locally in the film & entertainment industry check out FilMiami.

New permitting procedures effective immediately at all General Aviation Airports and Miami International Airport
Production must contact our office, 305-375-3288 first for all requests to film at any County Airport or leasehold at any County Airport. DO NOT contact the airport managers directly.
Once a permit has been applied for, production will need to fill out the corresponding Production Request form and email it to our office in order to begin the approval process. Be advised that Miami International Airport and ALL General Aviation Airports (Opa-locka, Miami Executive, Homestead General Aviation and Dade-Collier Training and Transition Airport (TNT) airports) could require up to 14 days to obtain approval.

Dade County Courthouse

Until further notice NO exterior filming of the Dade County Courthouse will  be approved due to construction.


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