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Monday, August 17, 2015::Location, location: Pittsburgh can thrive in the entertainment industry with a viable, robust vision

Whether it’s the Batmobile prowling the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh or Aaron Paul and Amanda Seyfried inviting the city to join them for a drink on the South Side, southwestern Pennsylvania has warmed up to its role as a favorite location for top-name Hollywood productions.

Thursday, August 13, 2015::Me and Earl and the Dying Girl author Jesse Andrews talks next project, 'The Haters'

Jesse Andrews had quite a year: Not only did the film version of his best-selling YA novel, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, open to critical acclaim at Sundance, but Andrews also wrote the screenplay.

Monday, August 10, 2015::Press Tour: CBS fall dramas “Limitless,” “Code Black” have Pittsburgh ties

Two new CBS fall dramas are being made by former Pittsburghers.

Monday, August 10, 2015::"Kinky Boots" opening-night after party

The invitation-only after-party celebrating the opening night of Pittsburgh CLO’s presentation of “Kinky Boots,” and the homecoming of Tony and Grammy Award winner Billy Porter

Monday, August 10, 2015::Hundreds of extras sought for filming of "Three Seconds" in Greensburg

Greensburg will be the site next month for filming part of “Three Seconds,” a feature film based on a best-selling Swedish novel about an ex-con who gets himself incarcerated again in order to work undercover and infiltrate a prison mob.

Saturday, August 8, 2015::Television Critics Association gives 'The Chair' top honors

The Television Critics Association announced its 2015 TCA Awards winners tonight, which included shot-in-Pittsburgh docu-series "The Chair," which took home the award for best reality show.

Thursday, August 6, 2015::Milken Institute Report Calls for Creation of 'Media Cluster' to Make Pittsburgh a Leading Entertainment-Media Hub

For decades, Pittsburgh has thrived as a regional entertainment media center, and as the setting for popular movies and television shows including Silence of the Lambs, Batman and Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood.

Thursday, August 6, 2015::Pittsburgh Film Office touts findings of report on growing entertainment industry

In a shift of strategy, the Pittsburgh Film Office has opted to stop lobbying Harrisburg to uncap Pennsylvania’s Film Tax Credit and to instead request the state Legislature to guarantee the tax credit program for a five-year allocation.

Thursday, August 6, 2015::Pittsburgh Film Office launches 5-year tax incentive program

Since 2010, 42 movies were shot on Pittsburgh streets and the surrounding area.

Thursday, August 6, 2015::Officials see bigger picture for region’s film industry

The days of movie and TV productions coming to town but importing workers are slowly fading to black as more than half of the hires come from Western Pennsylvania and provide what Mayor Bill Peduto calls “family-sustaining jobs.” Annual wages of $30,000 are now closer to $50,000 and climbing.

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