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NEWSLETTER
NEWSLETTER
SPRING 2020

Spring 2020 – One of the things I love about our industry is that it is constantly reinventing itself. We can all agree that none of us could have imagined the world we are living in now, but given the innovations already happening around us in response to this pandemic, I know we can come back stronger than ever, and that the entertainment industry can be a leader in our recovery.

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WINTER 2019

Winter 2019 – As the end of the year nears, we wanted to share some highlights of what an amazing year it has been. With two major networks continuing to shoot in state and 780 film permits approved across the state, 2019 has been a busy year.

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MAY 2019

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.

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APRIL 2019

April 2019 – With the 150th anniversary of Promontory Point’s historic Golden Spike right around the corner, we are highlighting Utah railroads featured on the big screen. Going along with the transportation theme, we interviewed Transportation Coordinator Britani Alexander about her life in Utah’s film industry and on set.

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MARCH 2019

March 2019 – We’re highlighting Helper, Utah and Cinematographer Reed Smoot in this month’s Utah Film Commission newsletter. In addition to the location and crew spotlights, we’ve re-capped our experience with Film Day on the Hill and have listed upcoming events that you can’t miss.

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FEBRUARY 2019

February 2019 – Film Day on the Hill, Utah Film Commission’s annual showcase of the local film and digital entertainment industry, is on March 6, 2019. In addition to Film Day on the Hill, Utah Film Commission is sponsoring multiple Film Festivals during the month of March that welcome filmmakers and film lovers to watch and enjoy film.

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