New York Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting

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Newsletter

March 1, 2013

Made in NY


Establishing Shot


MOFTB WebOffice of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting Introduces a Brand New Website

The Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting now has a brand new website. Featuring a new design and easy-to-use navigation, all of the resources of the City’s one-stop shop for productions is just a click away at nyc.gov/film.
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Mayor Bloomberg Launches New “We Are Made in NY” Initiative to Support New York City’s Thriving Tech Industry and Continue Record Job Growth

The City of New York has launched “We Are Made in NY,” a multi-platform initiative promoting the City’s thriving technology and digital sector. The initiative includes a comprehensive website that brings together City resources to help entrepreneurs and attract new startups to New York City and an expansion of the “Made in NY” logo program beyond the film and television industry.
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New CycleNew Cycle Joins the “Made in NY” Production Assistant Family

It was a cold and snow-filled morning in early February when the “Made in NY” PA Training Program added twenty new graduates to its ranks.

 

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Upcoming “Made in NY” Talk in March

The next installment of the “Made in NY” Talk series will take place on March 20 at Lehman College in the Bronx. Visit www.facebook.com/madeinny in the coming days for the latest details.
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New York City Credits


Broadway Shows Are ‘Lucky’ this Month

Broadway lights up this month with new musicals, classic revivals and award-winning actors.
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Just Around the BlockJust Around the Block: Bringing Cameras to Students in NYC

MyBlockNYC.com, an interactive mapping website that captures and presents personal accounts of the life and culture of New York City through user-generator videos, is also working to engage young people through My BlockNYC Education Production, which brings cameras into the classroom so that students can share their experiences in video.
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“Made in NY” Marketing Credit ‘Dances’ in March

A variety of genres are featured in City bus shelters and subways as part of the “Made in NY” Marketing Credit.
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New “Made in NY” Films Debut in March

March’s “Made in NY” films take audiences back to school and to the courtroom.
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In the News


‘Gossip Girl’ and Film Biz Recycling Share Wardrobe with Local Charities

Film Biz Recycling, a not-for-profit organization that diverts film and television set materials to local charities, recently re-distributed wardrobe items from the New York City production of Warner Bros.’ hit show “Gossip Girl” to three charities in the local area.
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From Florists to Cleaning Companies, More Vendors Join the “Made in NY” Discount Card Program

Local businesses are flocking to join the “Made in NY” Discount Card, offering discounts off their goods and services to productions filming on location in the City. The latest vendors to join include: Outer Image NYC, New York Carpet Cleaning, Inc., Magnolia Bakery, Y-CATS Craft Service, Amasta Media, Joannas Flower Shop Inc., Burdick Chocolate, Loop Seven, A Unique Boutique, Picture Shack Entertainment, and Sunnyside Florist.
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March Film Festivals Bring a Month Filled with Culture

New York film festivals this month bring together the diverse groups that makes New York a hub for art and culture.
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Engineer Who Helped Design ‘Live from Lincoln Center’ to Speak at Free Event

NYC Production and Post News will host a unique in-person event at Showbiz Café on Tuesday, March 26, featuring noted technologist Mark Schubin, who helped design the ‘Live from Lincoln Center’ broadcasts.
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Reel New Yorkers


“Made in NY” PA of the Month: Adrian Moron

Adrian Moron started out in Hollywood – Hollywood, Florida, that is – but managed to find his way into the production industry.
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Got Culture?


March ArtMarch Art Fairs and Exhibitions: A Month-long Celebration of Contemporary Art in New York City

Every March, world-class visual art fairs and exhibitions set up shop across New York City.

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Mayor’s Office of Film Theatre & Broadcasting
1697 Broadway Suite 602 New York, New York 10019
nyc.gov/film

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