(904) 806-6369 chrisranung@gmail.com

Keep It Here!

Florida Motion Picture Production

HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT  |  ECONOMICALLY SIGNIFICANT

CREATIVELY… A CUT ABOVE

Keep It Here!

HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT

ECONOMICALLY SIGNIFICANT

CREATIVELY… A CUT ABOVE

What We Do

The "Create It Here" program

FFP helps aspiring Florida filmmakers with script development and budgeting, using a three-stage program that is designed to make a project financeable and marketable.

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The "Keep It Here" campaign

Our industry can’t grow without consistent job-creating production. Therefore FFP maintains a priority focus on creating regional financing funds that can attract moderate-budget feature film and televison projects to Florida without the need for incentives or state involvement.

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Feature Florida Partnerships Team

We are driven by our shared passion to reinvigorate Florida filmmaking. And our skillsets balance – finance, legal, production, media, workforce, government relations, community relations.

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Recent News

Feature Florida Partnerships announces “Create it Here!” relaunch

"Create it Here!" relaunches with focus on stories of relevance to Florida's unique cultural and ethnic identity. 

Feature Florida Partnerships receives DeBartolo Family Foundation grant

The DeBartolo Family Foundation of Tampa shows its support for FFP and the "Create it Here!" program.

FFP is in 83degreesmedia.com

Feature Florida Partnerships highlighted by innovative Tampa Bay-area weekly digital magazine.

Click on the Florida News logo to listen to our “Beyond the News FLA” interview with Gordon Byrd 

Small = Big. Find out how here.

For information, contact Chris Ranung, Executive Director, at chris@featurefloridapartnerships.org or (904) 806-6369

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