The California Film Commission (CFC) enhances California's status as the leader in motion picture, television and commercial production.


A one-stop office for filmmakers, the Commission supports productions of all sizes and budgets. In addition to managing the Film & Television Tax Credit program, services include an extensive digital location library, free online permitting, low cost use of state properties as shooting locations, and production assistance.


7080 Hollywood Blvd. Suite 900

Hollywood, CA 90028




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California Film Commission




DATE: August 26, 2015
Help Wanted!!

California Film Commission (CFC) Now Recruiting For New Positions in its Hollywood Office. 

The CFC is a state department, within the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz). The CFC's staff includes dedicated civil service employees as well as senior staff with extensive film production experience.

The CFC issues film permits for all state properties, administers the Film and TV Tax Credit Program, maintains an extensive location library, offers production assistance on a wide variety of issues, and works closely with cities and counties to create "film friendly" policies statewide. 

New job openings include:
  • (2) General Office Assistants (state classification: Office Technician)
  • Tax Credit Program Coordinator (classification - Staff Services Analyst)
  • Tax Credit Program Analyst (classification - Motion Picture Production Analyst - requires strong film/TV budgeting skills)
  • IT Programmer
Please visit CFC - Job Openings for job descriptions, salary ranges, and information on the state hiring process.

Note:   In order to be considered for employment at the California Film Commission, candidates must be on the state list for a specific job classification. To get on the state list, candidates must take the appropriate test for each specific job classification (see link above).