About the Hudson Valley Film Commission:
The Hudson Valley Film Commission is a conduit for preproduction, production, and postproduction for filmmaking in the Hudson Valley/Catskill region. Support is provided throughout the year to studio features, independent features, print, new media, short films, student projects, and TV ads. HVFC offers technical, location, and talent guidance, referrals, networking opportunities, email blasts, and promotion through press opportunities including the monthly e-newsletter, which is sent to 15,000 recipients. In order to make information fully accessible, a free online production directory for local film professionals is provided and maintained online.
Recent projects include: Taking Woodstock (directed by Ang Lee), Splinterheads, Fighting Fish, Handsome Harry, The Cake Eaters (directed by Mary Stuart Masterson) The Night Listener (starring Robin Williams), The White Countess (extras ADR, directed by James Ivory), War of the Worlds (directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Cruise), Before It Had a Name (starring Willem Dafoe), Dead Flowers (postproduction only, directed by Jim Jarmusch and starring Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange.), The Thing About My Folks (starring Paul Reiser and Peter Falk), Down to the Bone (winner of two prizes at 2004 Sundance Film Festival), Personal Velocity (Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2002), and much more.
The Hudson Valley Film Commission
is a 501 (C)(3) organization that
promotes sustainable economic development by attracting
and supporting film, video and media production in the Hudson Valley - Catskills.
The HVFC is a sister organization of the Woodstock Film Festival, which has a mission
to present an annual program and year-round schedule of film, music, and art-related
activities that promote artists, culture, inspired learning, and diversity.
Save the date: September 30 - October 4 for the WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL