Filmmaker Survey
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The Maine Film & Video Association (MFVA), in partnership with the Maine Arts Commission and the Maine Film Office are surveying Maine media professionals. The survey is designed to better understand the assets and needs of the sector and to inform how best to serve the field.

If you are a filmmaker, media artist, videographer, Youtube content creator, animator, producer, director, grip, sound designer... you get the idea. Have your voice heard and help make Maine a better environment for filmmakers!

Results from the survey will inform the MFVA strategic plan and be a point of discussion for the MFVA public meetings throughout 2017. Information in this survey is confidential and will only be shared in an aggregated form to provide an overview of the sector.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY 

The Maine Film & Video Association is a trade association made up of an active group of production companies, film and video professionals, TV stations, students, actors, musicians, writers, crew members, and others who are interested in working together to create better business opportunities and educational and networking opportunities for the people working in this industry in Maine.

Please visit the MFVA website to learn more about the services they provide and how you can become a member. 

For more information please contact Kerstin Gilg
Director of  Media Arts and Performing Arts
Maine Arts Commission
207/ 287-6719 - vog.eniam@glig.nitsrek

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