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  • ProductionHUB
    ProductionHUB, Inc. (www.productionhub.com) is the global online resource and industry directory for film, television, video, live event and digital media production. The service was developed in 1999 as a tool for anyone with an Internet connection to locate production products, equipment, services and professionals. With over 2.5 million user sessions and 15 million page views in 2007, this vertical B2B and industry portal has grown to become the world’s largest and most active production community search site.
  • Florida Film Commission
    The Sunshine State's entertainment industry has grown over the past decade for one reason: producers find everything they need in Florida. If you are considering bringing your project to Florida, we hope you will be pleased with our strong base of experienced producers and skilled production personnel. Our production infrastructure continues to grow with state-of-the-art studios and post-production facilities, soundstages and studios, equipment rental houses, talent and casting services, and a network of local film offices around the state.
  • Film Florida
    Film Florida is a not-for–profit association that provides a leadership role in Florida’s film and entertainment industries. In short, our members include a who’s who in the Sunshine State's film and entertainment industry – whether making things happen at a local film commission, representing a labor organization, laboring behind the camera, providing equipment or working behind the scenes as the glue that keeps a project together. Film Florida's mission is to offer businesses and individuals the benefits of a statewide trade association to promote the creation of jobs in the film and entertainment production industries and to promote economic development and tourism.
  • Film Orlando
    The Metro Orlando Film & Entertainment Commission, a division of the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission (EDC), promotes film and digital media development and production in Central Florida while assisting in further developing the local production infrastructure. The Film Commission provides the following services: one-stop permitting for location filming, use of an extensive digital location library, preliminary scouting and evaluation of locations, and familiarization tours, assistance with local hotels and accommodations, and support throughout entire production schedule.
  • I.A.T.S.E. Local 477
    IATSE Local 477 represents the motion picture technicians, trades persons and artists who work in the motion picture and television industry within the State of Florida. With the support of a national membership exceeding 105,000 employees, the IATSE is the largest labor union in the entertainment and related industries.
  • Kino Flo Lights
    Kino Flo designs all of its unique fluorescent lighting systems for motion picture, TV and commercial production. These versatile fixtures and proprietary True Match® full spectrum lamps have distinguished Kino Flo as the leading innovator of creative lighting solutions.
  • Mole-Richardson Lighting Co.
    The Mole-Richardson Co. is continuously developing new techniques by using the latest state-of-the-art electronics in the design and manufacturing of lighting and lighting control equipment to meet the challenges of these dynamic industries.
  • Lee Filters
    The worlds leading manufacturer of lighting and camera filters by constantly looking ahead. Our company culture is one of continuous research and development, ensuring that we continue to provide high quality products for the film, television, theatre, architectural lighting and stills photography markets.
  • Rosco Filters
    Rosco, the world's largest manufacturer of colour filters for entertainment production and architectural lighting, offers several different ranges of colour. These include: Supergel, Roscolux, and E-Color+.
  • GAM Filters
    GAMPRODUCTS, Inc. manufactures and distributes worldwide a variety of unique award winning lighting products for motion picture, photography, television, theatre, display, amusement parks and other specialty applications.
  • ARRI
    Located in Munich, Germany, Arnold and Richter Cine Technik (A&R) was founded in 1917 and is the largest manufacturer of professional motion picture equipment in the world. In 2001, ARRI was restructured and converted into a closely-held corporation. The company is involved in all aspects of the film industry: engineering, design, manufacturing, production, visual effects, post-production, equipment rental and laboratory services (film and sound). Manufactured products and technologies include camera systems for 16mm, 35mm, 65mm film, high-definition video, location and studio lighting fixtures, digital imaging systems like the ARRISCAN, ARRILASER and ARRICUBE.
  • J.L. Fisher
    Leading supplier of booms, dollies, jibs, and all related equipment.
  • Panavision
    Panavision is the leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of high precision camera systems, comprised of cameras, lenses and accessories for the motion picture, television series and television commercial markets in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Panavision camera systems have been widely used in the filming of major motion pictures over the last 30 years, including the recent box office hits MASTER AND COMMANDER, SEABISCUIT, THE LAST SAMURAI, MYSTIC RIVER, and COLD MOUNTAIN. The Company is also a leading supplier of camera equipment to U.S. prime time episodic or "series" network and cable television productions, such as EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, CSI, and 24.
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