Monday, August 23, 2010

Filmmaking in Colorado: Rocky Mountain Region

Written by Nathan Hoturoa Gray
From p3 Update:

While states like Utah continue to flourish, the rest have had a quiet time on the production front as they deal with the long-term effects of the recession. P3 Update looks at the recent cuts in some state governments' film incentive budgets as well as the legislative changes made to help states better compete under the challenging economic circumstances. We'll also see what film and television projects have made it through to production fruition, giving us an insight into what states can look forward to in the future.onloc_colorado_raceagainstthesky-mtnmist_comp[1]

Colorado's sensational filmmaking options are endless. From its series of 14,000-foot peaks stretching in every visible horizon to its pristine lakes, glacial valleys, bustling cities and small western towns, it's the ideal location for producing geographically expansive classics like Warner Bros. Pictures' The Bucket List. "More Than You Expect" is Colorado's catch cry for filmmaking this year, and the state lives up to all expectations.   (more)

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