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New job training program would diversify film crews, Wilmington likely to commit initial funds

Former secretary of the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Susi Hamilton (left) and Wilmington Regional Film Commission Director Johnny...

Amazon adaptation of Jenny Han trilogy to shoot in Wilmington, new details on ‘Our Kind of People’

A third film production is coming to Wilmington. (Port City Daily photo/Alexandria Sands) SOUTHEASTERN N.C. –– Wilmington’s coastal...

Fox drama about Black elite in vacation community to film in Wilmington area

A new film based in Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts will soon begin filming in Wilmington. (Port City Daily photo/Massachusetts Office of Travel...

TV series ‘George & Tammy,’ chronicling lives of country music legends, to film in Wilmington

A TV series about country superstars George Jones and Tammy Wynette is preparing to film in the Wilmington area. (Port City...

Could Georgia’s own divisive politics send filmmakers flocking to a post-HB2 North Carolina?

Tighter voting laws in Georgia led one major film project to pull out of the state, a situation that resembles the...
Horror film character Michael Myers stands on the sidewalk of Pender Avenue during a scene that was shot in the Carolina Place neighborhood near Wallace Park in September 2019. (Port City Daily photo/Mark Darrough)

Film industry expected to max out $31M incentives in 2021, N.C. senators strive to double funds

Horror film character Michael Myers stands on the sidewalk of Pender Avenue during a scene that was shot in the Carolina...

Wilmington makes magazine’s ‘Best Places to Live and Work as Moviemaker’ list

Wilmington was named one of best places for filmmakers to live and work. The 50-acre EUE Screen Gems Studios is just...
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Eight film projects expected to make $114-million impact in North Carolina in 2021, exceeding past years

Light technicians work at Screen Gems. (Port City Daily photo/Alexandria Sands) WILMINGTON – As of early December, eight...

Rallying cry: Local residents, national corporations call for end to HB2

For Democrat lawmakers like Rep. Susi Hamilton, House Bill 2 is a far-reaching, unnecessary measure that is a veiled discrimination at its most transparent. For...