Film Business is Good Business
Gemini Man, Lady and the Tramp, The Peanut Butter Falcon, Council of Dads, The Glorias, The Act and many more entertainment productions have something in common. They all filmed in Savannah.
million in direct spend by
entertainment productions in 2021
"Best Small Cities and Towns
to Live and Work as a Moviemaker"
MovieMaker Magazine, 2022
productions in the
Savannah region in 2019
Entertainment Production Incentives
The Savannah Economic Development Authority offers the Savannah Entertainment Production Incentives. The local incentives combined with Georgia’s already existing incentives, are helping build a sustainable production industry by increasing the number of qualified crew members living and working in the area and increasing the number of film and television productions in Chatham County.
The Savannah Entertainment Production Incentives includes two distinct incentives:
- Cash rebates for feature films and television series for qualified productions.
- Relocation expenses reimbursement of up to $2,000 per household for qualified moving expenses for qualified applicants.
For more information on the Savannah Entertainment Production Incentives click here.
Savannah Regional Film Commission
The Savannah Regional Film Commission, an AFCI certified film commission, is the central point of contact for entertainment production in our region. The film commission promotes the Savannah region as a premiere film destination and functions as a liaison between film companies and various municipalities in the Savannah area. They provide location assistance and coordination with local crew and support services.
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