May 2019 – Andrea David, a German-based blogger and artist traveled to Utah to capture the exact spot where popular made-in-Utah movie magic was made. In addition to highlighting Andrea’s time in Utah, we’ve listed Thanksgiving Point as the location of the month.
SALT LAKE CITY (July 11, 2019) – Utah Film Commission today announced the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board approval of five new projects for state film incentives, generating an estimated economic impact of approximately $9.3 million and creating over 300 local jobs.
SPOTLIGHT – Britani Alexander is a Utah-based second generation Transportation Coordinator that has been working in the local film industry for 27 years. Britani has worked on various made-in-Utah productions such as far back as Crossroads and Touched by an Angel, through many small Independent Productions including 127 hours.
Formed in 1974, the Utah Film Commission is part of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development under the Utah Office of Tourism, Film and Global Branding and is a member of the the Association of Film Commissioner’s International.
The Utah film Commission markets the entire State Of Utah for film, television and commercial production by promoting the use of local professional cast & crew, support services, locations and the Motion Picture Incentive Program.