The Greater Erie Film Office partnered with the Eerie Horror Fest and indie-film experts Blood Oath to inform and coach an audience of Erie creatives on how to shape their ideas into well-formed pitches with potential to capture the attention of those with the power to take them to the next level.Read article
The Greater Erie Film Office is helping to grow regional options for film and television producers and filmmakers as they seek locations for projects.
Filling out a submission form is the first step. We collect some information, then contact you to arrange a photo release and confirmation.
Help promote Erie and join the international location source, Reel Scout, by submitting to the Pennsylvania Film Office's official database.
The Pennsylvania Film Office hosts a database of skilled crew and support services for film and television productions to research individuals and businesses to fill critical roles.Read article
The Color Brown filmmakers chose Erie for a reason.
Said Director and Co-writer Jha’Neal Blue: “What made Erie beautiful is that there was always more."
"When it came to the locations… we never had to settle because there was always something just like it around the corner." The filmmakers ended up at Dave’s Diner, Wintergreen Gorge, Harborcreek Township, Peek’n Peak, and Shade’s Beach.Read article
Erie filmmaker and writer Jim Morton’s short film “Help Me” is sending schizophrenic shivers down spines at virtual horror festivals across the globe.Read article
The Greater Erie Film Office is proud to launch filmerie.com to provide film and television producers access to production resources in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
The development of the site was made possible by a generous grant from the Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority.Read article
In an important step to resuming film and television production, the DGA, SAF-AFTRA, IATSE, and Teamsters COVID-19 Committees for Safety Guidelines release “The Safe Way Forward”.Read article
The world’s largest genre film festival has selected fracking horror film “Unearth” from Erie filmmakers John C. Lyons and Dorota Swies.Read article