Welcome to the FREE Motion Picture Business Network and Directory
Looking for a local Motion Picture service or business professional but don't want to risk picking a random name out of the phone book? Our Motion Picture Business Directory and Motion Picture Business Network consists of members who agree to provide top quality service at competitive prices. You can use the form below to search for a specific business, or post your job in the category section down below and get multiple bids from local Motion Picture professionals. (Motion Picture Business Professionals please scroll down)
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"The cinema is an invention without a future", saidLouis Lumière, credited as inventing the first motion picture camera. What Lumiere actually invented was a portable motion-picture camera, film processing unit and projector called the Cinematographe, three functions covered in one invention. It could be said that Lumiere's invention began the motion picture era. Lumiere and his brother were the first to present projected, moving, photographic, pictures to a paying audience of more that one person. Hindsight shows that Lumiere vastly underestimated his impact on society.
When people think of U.S. film and television production, they tend to think of Hollywood, New York and other leading American filmmaking communities. But increasingly today, film and television production is a nationwide growth engine that is bringing new jobs and economic opportunities to communities across the country. From Pontiac, Michigan, to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Chicago, Illinois, to New Orleans, Louisiana, film and television production is lifting communities in all 50 states in our union today.
The motion picture industry is a powerful engine of economic growth that contributes nearly $80 billion annually to the U.S. economy, and $13 billion annually to federal and state tax coffers. The industry employs roughly 2.5 million workers nationwide and is one of the only industries to carry a positive trade balance in every foreign market it has entered.
Music lessons can do wonders for a childs self-esteem. If you get them started early, they will be well ahead of their peers when they become old enough to join their school band program. With a talent that has already been years in development, they will feel a huge sense of pride and accomplishment, knowing that there is one thing that sets them apart from thei...
Just get engaged? Then, its time to check out the local bridal shops for all your wedding needs from that special dress, accessories and other items that you may not have even thought of as yet. Small bridal shops and bridal specialty shops both can offer good deals and personal attention. But, these shops may have limited inventory, so it may also be a g...
Like many of us, In any given month, I must get 3-4 invitations from various social networking groups asking me to join their network - all with the guise of easily making new connections and referrals. With the economy contracting, many professionals see these as a way to "get their name out" without spending any money. But there is a cost... a big one.<...