SOURCE: Cleveland Jewish News | Jane Kaufman
October 8, 2020
While two films in Cleveland shut down after COVID-19 swept through the city this past spring, the industry appears to be showing encouraging signs of recovery.
Evan Miller, president of the Greater Cleveland Film Commission, said he’s optimistic that with the release of more than $20 million in 30% tax credits in 2021, the film industry will recover locally.
Meantime, several commercials are in production in Cleveland and its surroundings, Miller said.