Greater Cleveland Film Commission names Bill Garvey as new president

The Greater Cleveland Film Commission announced that longtime television and motion picture location manager Bill Garvey has been named the organization’s new president, effective September 27. Photo by Jeff Downie.












SOURCE: | Joey Morona
July 13, 2021

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Greater Cleveland Film Commission has named Bill Garvey as its new president. He succeeds Evan Miller, who left the organization in December after 18 months on the job.

Garvey is a television and movie location manager based in Ohio who helped bring movie productions such as “The Fate of the Furious,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Marvel’s The Avengers” to Cleveland. As head of the GCFC, his main focus will be to promote the region as a hot spot for film and television production where producers and filmmakers can take advantage of the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit.