Production Resources

"Made in NY" Marketing Credit

New York City’s “Made in NY” Marketing Credit program offers qualified film and television productions with free co-branded advertising opportunities in the #1 media market in the country. “Made in NY” productions are projects where at least 75% of the film was produced in New York City.
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"Made in NY" Discount Card

For four decades, the Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting has served as an invaluable resource to the entertainment production industry which employs over 130,000 New Yorkers. We value your business, and continue to find ways to make the City a friendly and affordable place to work.
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"Made in NY" Logo

The City of New York is home to the most innovative creators in the world. The “Made in NY” initiative celebrates New York City’s evolving media & entertainment industry, highlighting the importance of the sector to the local economy through public service campaigns, marketing efforts and educational and workforce development programs.
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New York State Film Tax Credits

The New York State Film Production Tax Credit program provides qualifying film and television productions a 30% credit for qualified production expenditures. All eligible productions shot in New York City may qualify for this program. In April 2013 new legislation extended the program through 2019, allocating $420 million per year.
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"Made in NY" Location Library

New York City's five boroughs has locations that are equal parts iconic and unfamiliar. The majority of the locations featured in our location library are available at no fee. Some buildings operated by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) do require a fee.
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Experienced "Made in NY" PA's Available for Hire

Brooklyn Workforce Innovations (BWI) has placed trained, experienced production assistants on more than 2,000 productions with the "Made in NY" PA Training Program. You can depend on “Made in NY” PAs to be pre-screened, trained, experienced, and easy to hire. BWI can arrange interviews or direct placements, several weeks in advance or at a moment’s notice. This is a free service offered to productions shooting in NYC and surrounding areas.
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Studios and Stages

There are dozens of New York City Stages and Post Production Studios available to productions shooting in NYC. To view the list of New York City Post Production Studios, click here. The last column designates whether a facility is a qualified production facilitiy, meaning it meets the requirements for New York's tax incentive program. Click the top of the column to sort by Qualified and non-Qualified Production Facilities. Or you can browse our map to search for studios and stages. Qualified production facilities on the map are represented with a "Made in NY" logo - all other facilities are in purple.
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Production Office Space

Scroll below for our listing of Production Office Spaces. The businesses marked with a allow filming at their establishments! Contact them directly for more information.
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NYC Green Screen

The Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting encourages productions to support a sustainable production industry by having a gentle and mindful impact on New York City locations. NYC Green Screen offers resources and tips for productions in NYC to use: Before the Shoot, During the Shoot and After the Shoot.
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Guild, Unions and Organizations

The Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting works regularly with Guild, Unions and other Organizations on film and television production throughout the five boroughs. These groups also work with OFTB on educational and employment initiatives.
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Film Grants

As one of the world's largest and most important production centers, New York City is the ultimate place to break into the media and entertainment industries. To help support the City's rising film, theatre and broadcasting stars, numerous organizations offer fiscal sponsorship and a variety of other resources. Here's where to go for more information on grants and sponsorship:
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Production FAQs

Q. Where is the office located?

A. The Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting (OFTB) is located in the Ed Sullivan Theatre Building at 1697 Broadway. The entrance to the office is on 53rd Street, just around the corner from the "Late Show With David Letterman" marquee. You will need to bring picture ID to gain access to the building. Our offices are on the 6th floor.

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