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JULY 2020: FIVE NEW PRODUCTIONS APPROVED TO FILM IN UTAH

SALT LAKE CITY (July 9, 2020) – Utah Film Commission today announced the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board approval of five new productions for state film incentives, generating an estimated economic impact of $4.2 million and creating approximately 300 local jobs.

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JANUARY 2020: FOUR NEW PRODUCTIONS APPROVED TO FILM IN UTAH

SALT LAKE CITY (January 10, 2020) – Utah Film Commission today announced the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board approval of four new productions for state film incentives, generating an estimated economic impact of approximately $9.7 million and creating over 275 local jobs.

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JANUARY 2020: UTAH FILM COMMISSION'S GUIDE TO THE 2020 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

SALT LAKE CITY (January 3, 2020) – Beginning January 23rd, filmmakers and film lovers from around the world will flock to Salt Lake City, Park City, and Sundance Mountain Resort for the 10-day Sundance Film Festival. One of Utah Film Commission’s top priorities is to ensure that locals can take advantage of the festival experience that takes place every January in their backyard.

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NOVEMBER 2019: FOUR NEW PRODUCTIONS APPROVED TO FILM IN UTAH

SALT LAKE CITY (November 14, 2019) – Utah Film Commission today announced the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board approval of four new productions for state film incentives, generating an estimated economic impact of approximately $25.8 million and creating over 280 local jobs.

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JULY 2019: FIVE NEW PRODUCTIONS APPROVED TO FILM IN UTAH

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.

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IN THE NEWS
Film Production In Utah Has Begun To Crawl Back

With big crews and lots of moving parts, it can be hard to maintain social distance on a film set. Because of that, film production has been one of the hardest hit industries during the coronavirus pandemic, and one of the slowest to return. But over the last few months, in Utah, it’s begun to show signs of life.

KUER 90.1 NPR Utah
With Los Angeles and New York shut down, more commercials are filming in Utah

Despite the tourism downturn, one industry is coming to Utah and bringing higher-than-average business: commercials.

KUTV 2 News
Incentives bring five film projects to state

After a bit of a dry spell due primarily to coronavirus impacts, five productions — in the categories of “Hallmark” and “horror” — were approved for state film incentives this month.

The Enterprise
Pandemic halts TV and movie production in Utah. When will it resume?

If these were normal times, there’d be singing and dancing at East High in Salt Lake City as production continued on Season 2 of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.” There’d be horse riding and, no doubt, faux murder and mayhem in Summit County during production of Season 3 of “Yellowstone.”

Salt Lake Tribune
‘Yellowstone’ — a show filmed in Utah — releases its third season trailer. And it looks wild.

‘Yellowstone’ released its third season trailer Wednesday, offering a first glimpse at what to expect from the upcoming season.

‘Yellowstone’, which stars Kevin Costner, is partially filmed in Utah.

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