LA County Officials Ask Hollywood To Pause Production Due To COVID-19 CrisisFilmLA has been allowed to continue issuing permits for film, scripted television, unscripted television, commercial and music video shoots despite the regional stay-at-home order.
Film Production Steadily Increasing After 6-Month Hiatus During PandemicTelevision and film production is ramping back up, after completely shutting down nearly six months ago due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hollywood Productions Gear Back Up In SoCal Under Strict New Health GuidelinesThe number of film permits filed in August had increased nearly 40% compared to July. But, in the age of COVID-19, things look a little different.
Filming Production Slowly Coming Back In LAThe number of filming permits filed in August was up nearly 40% compared to July.
Investigators Say Identity-Theft Suspect Had 74 AliasesCathryn Parker, 72, was arrested last month after she reportedly gave a deputy a false name when she was pulled over for a traffic violation.
Television Production In Los Angeles Up 31.1 PercentTelevision production in the Los Angeles area has gone up, but feature film production is down, according to FilmL.A. figures released Tuesday.
Lawmakers Send Hollywood Tax Credit To GovernorCalifornia lawmakers have approved legislation to extend additional tax credits to Hollywood film productions, sending the bipartisan legislation to Gov. Jerry Brown for his signature.
Report: Film, TV Production Take Dip In Los AngelesThe group that oversees film permits for Los Angeles shoots reported an overall drop in film and television production this year.
Film, TV Productions Leaving Los AngelesFilm and television productions are leaving Los Angeles for better tax incentives in other states and countries.
City Council OKs Tax Break To Slow Runaway ProductionA tax break aimed at curbing so-called "runaway productions" by small- and medium-sized studios won unanimously approval on Tuesday from the City Council.