Reefa Productions, LLC filmed the Motion Picture "Reefa" in Miami. Staring José Zúñiga, Ricardo Chavira, Cinthya Carmona. They hired 50 local crew, 100 extras and spent $1,100,000.00 locally. They filmed at several locations on Miami Beach. They also filmed at Hobie Beach and Rickenbacker Causeway Beach.
Reefa was written and directed by Jessica Kavana Dornbusch.
For a complete list of Cast & Crew click here
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The Miami-Dade County Office of Film & Entertainment and the Miami Beach Office of Film & Event Production Management will be closed on November 11th, 2019 in observance of Veterans Day. Be advised Miami Dade Police are double time on this date. Please plan your productions accordingly.
Miami-Dade County announces its second tier for the film incentive program
In keeping with its mission to maintain Miami-Dade County as a top production destination, the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment is launching a new tier to the current local TV/film and digital entertainment production incentive program, an independent filmmaker tier. This second tier is attractive to independent filmmakers and larger budget television commercials. It would allow productions spending between 500K and $1 million in the county to qualify for a maximum grant of $50,000.
Productions will have to meet certain requirements to benefit from this program.
Among those are the following:
Other additional changes to the program include reduced eligibility requirements for the first tier where productions spend at least $1 million to receive a $100,000 grant.
“The feedback we’ve received about our local incentive program tells us that it’s valuable and successful,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Giménez. “These updates to the program offer greater opportunities to bring more productions to Miami-Dade County, to the benefit of our local economy.”
“The modifications will allow more flexibility for productions to meet less stringent eligibility requirements,” said Sandy Lighterman, director of the Office of Film and Entertainment. “Additionally, creating a second tier will attract indie filmmakers who have lower budgets.”
Miami-Dade County is an ideal destination for film and entertainment projects. From diverse locations, experienced crews and local talent base to superior infrastructure, it boasts of a dynamic, flourishing production industry that employs approximately 10,000 full and part-time workers and has an annual impact of over $1 billion to the local economy.
For more information on the TV/film and digital entertainment production incentive program, click here.