• June Film Connections: How to Get Your Film In Fests

    Do you have a film that you want to submit to a festival? Then this is the Film Connections for you. Come join us and learn the ins and outs of the festival circuit. You will learn best practices for submitting your film to any festival as well as great tips for marketing and dealing… [Continue Reading]

    June Film Connections: How to Get Your Film In Fests
  • FilmDayton Now Taking Submissions for 2015 Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival

                      FilmDayton is now accepting submissions for The 2015 Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival,  taking place October 23, 24 & 25, 2015 FilmDayton launched in 2009 as an all-volunteer labor of love dedicated to showcasing the great talent connected to the Dayton region. In early years, films were welcomed… [Continue Reading]

    FilmDayton Now Taking Submissions for 2015 Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival
  • Actor/Director James Franco Brings Two Productions To Cincinnati Area

      Actor/Director James Franco Actor / Director James Franco’s production companies,”Killer Films” and “Rabbit Bandini”, the addition of a second film to their schedules while in Cincinnati this spring. Earlier in April, it was announced that Franco’s production company would be working with the Greater Cincinnati Film Commission on “Goat”, an indie film starring Ben… [Continue Reading]

    Actor/Director James Franco Brings Two Productions To Cincinnati Area
  • Tom Hanks and HBO Co-pilot Wright Brothers Miniseries

    Award winning actor and aviation enthusiast, Tom Hanks, is creating another HBO mini-series. The cable network, along with Mr. Hanks company, Playtone, has acquired the rights to the newly published book, “The Wright Brothers”, written by David McCullough. The book chronicles the lives of Dayton, Ohio brothers, Orville and Wilbur Wright, and the invention that… [Continue Reading]

    Tom Hanks and HBO Co-pilot Wright Brothers Miniseries
  • New Middletown studio and backlot makes debut with LA horror film production.

    The new “Land of Illusion Studio and Backlot” is an extension of the long established “Land of Illusion” haunted amusement attraction site in Middletown, Ohio. Located off of St. Rt. 4, the 110 acre grounds on Thomas Road is a comprehensive film lot. Local entrepreneurs, Mark Ott (General Manager) and Brett Oakley (Owner), saw the… [Continue Reading]

    New Middletown studio and backlot makes debut with LA horror film production.