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Higher Cost Of Movie Making 31 Jul 2001 09:56 #1907

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The topic has been around for a long time. Many movies being made abroad for less then they could be produced for here in the U.S. I was thinking that what if the producers were to shoot movies in states like Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire in the north. Then shoot in the southern states like the Virginas, Tenn.,and Arkansas; the states that really need revenue. It seems to me that they could cut cost somewhat. I'm not really sure what goes on when a location is chosen, but it was the thought that entered my head when I read the article.
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Re: Higher Cost Of Movie Making 31 Jul 2001 23:04 #1908

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No matter what state you shoot a movie in, the cost of the union crew is still the same (WAY TOO MUCH!). That's why some movies are filmed abroad---lower labor costs, easier or no permits, etc.
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Re: Higher Cost Of Movie Making 02 Aug 2001 17:11 #1909

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And don't foget Oh Canada! Our northern friends are very filming friendly.

Mike Hurley
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