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AZ Needs a New Incentive If you live in Arizona and believe that our state would benefit from a film incentive program, now is the time to contact Governor Jan Brewer. She needs to know that you want this and why. Here are 10 good reasons. You can find the Governor’s address here. If you need more reasons, watch our clip reel, Tucson On Film, to see for yourself the legacy of film in Southern Arizona; also, watch this short video which details the economic impact which Hangover 3 had on Nogales, AZ when it filmed here last Fall. Also, be sure to sign up to the Tucson Film Office E-Blast list, which will provide up-to-the-minute information on the AZ incentives bill as it happens.
Tucson Filmmaker Nominated for Oscar Our hearty congrats go out to 26-year-old Tucson filmmaker Timothy Reckart on his well-deserved Oscar nomination for his short film Head Over Heels. Click here to see the short film in its entirety.
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