​While staying Safer at Home to contain COVID-19, it's a great time to watch a Made-in-Maryland movie or show, check out a virtual film festival - the Baltimore Jewish Film Festival running May 16 - June 10

    OR to support a local theater by purchasing a virtual ticket to their virtual screening room...


    So, you may be familiar with some of the Made-in-Maryland movies or shows, others you may not have realized were filmed here. Whether you enjoy a comedy like Wedding Crashers or Runaway Bride;  an action film like Enemy of the State or Live Free or Die Hard;  an independent film like Sollers Point or LUV;  an award-winning series like House of Cards or The Wire;  a Baltimore showcase like Avalon or Serial Mom;  family fare like Tuck Everlasting or Meteor Man;  or if you just like to be scared by The Blair Witch Project or The Night Watchmen, watch something that was Made-in-Maryland.

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    FY2020 tax credits are still available for Maryland Small Films.   Applications for Qualification for FY2020 are still being accepted on a first come, first serve basis.  Visit our TAX CREDIT page for further information

    The Maryland Film Office is an arm of the Maryland Department of Commerce, our mission is to attract productions to film on-location in the state of Maryland, as well as support the State's local film community. Our goal is to make filming in Maryland as easy as possible.

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