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Montana Film Office • 301 South Park Ave Helena, MT 59620 • tel: 800.553.4563 • 406.841.2876 • fax: 406.841.2877 • montanafilm@mt.gov AFCI Member

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Got a question about filming in Montana? Visit http://www.montanafilm.com.
Montana Film Office
Montana Film Office
The Directive will be in effect through Friday, April 10 and requires all businesses and operations in Montana, except for essential businesses and operations as defined in the directive, to stop all activities within the state.

Read the full directive here.

Businesses with questions can contact a dedicated state line at 1-800-755-6672 and leave messages 24-hours a day and will receive a prompt response.
Montana Film Office
Montana Film Office
In consultation with public health and emergency management experts, I have determined that to protect public health and human safety, it is essential, to the maximum extent possible, individuals stay at home or at their place of residence.

There’s no doubt that COVID-19 is causing a lot of hardship for Montana families. It’s also causing incredible hardships for our front line doctors, nurses and other hospital staff across the country.

I am taking these measures today because we need to stay in front of this pandemic and slow the growth of infections. In order to have a healthy economy we need a healthy population. We cannot rebuild our economic strength without doing everything we can now to flatten the curve and slow the spread of this virus.

We are all in this together. We can get out in front of this together. And when the time comes again, we will rebuild a stronger community.

Businesses and operations can find out if they are deemed essential in the directive at this link: http://governor.mt.gov/pressroom/governor-bullock-issues-stay-at-home-directive-to-slow-the-spread-of-covid-19
Montana Film Office
Montana Film Office
In 1974, Herf Ingersoll was working the annual Augusta Rodeo when photographer Jim Braddy asked him about getting into the event. Braddy worked for Chicago’s Leo Burnett Agency and was
Montana Film Office
Montana Film Office
Mentor to many filmmakers far and wide, NYC transplant to Montana - Bill, William A. Neff has joined heaven's film crew, where it's always magic hour, you never run out of film, the actors always know their lines, and you'll always be on schedule and wrap early. He passed Wednesday, March 18 at the age of 90. His tenure at Montana State University has so many stories, we'd need all of social media to cover it. "Keep em' Flickering"!
Local services announced at a later date.
Montana Film Office
Montana Film Office
Wondering about unemployment? Here's a piece of advice from production accountants-
To all the production people filing unemployment, when it asks for your employer, it’s not the production company you’re working for, but rather the payroll company that’s paying you.

If your checks come from Cast and Crew, EP, Media Services, Greenslate... they’re the employer of record, and the unemployment form should list their name and address as your former employer.

 

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Montana Film Office • 301 South Park Ave Helena, MT 59620 • tel: 800.553.4563 • 406.841.2876 • fax: 406.841.2877 • montanafilm@mt.gov