Settled by Mormon pioneers in the mid-1800s, Kanab, Utah, sits along the highway that links Zion National Park to the Grand Canyon. The majestic landscape circling the city has made this section of th...
APRIL 2018 – Directors Cut – GOING GREEN – Film production and sustainability don’t typically go hand-in-hand. With temporary sets always being built and taken down, various power supplies running, paper print-outs being passed around, and daily catering for cast and crew, film sets are not traditionally ‘green’ places.
SALT LAKE CITY (May 11, 2018) – The Utah Film Commission today announced the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board approval of state film incentives for three new projects, generating a combined economic impact of over $23 million and creating more than 400 local jobs.
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.