Los Angeles still losing movie productions

We've been hearing about the increasingly habitual exit of major studio film productions from Los Angeles for a decade now, and since the situation has been compounded by a broken overall economy, things have only gotten worse. Just a few days into January the situation was labeled a "crisis" by FilmLA, the non-profit commission that liaisons productions with the city and does permitting, and a year later the outlook is still bleak.

Film LA has been doing its part to improve the situation though, and aside from pushing a proposal to investigate the creation of genuine film commission through the city council back in January, they've also more actively courted the major studios to keep their productions in California. They've found some success with at least one big-budget project- Spider-Man.


Filmmaking, Hollywood

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