Is there a cap for the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program?
Do I have to show proof of funding?
Do commercials, documentaries or TV series qualify for the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program?
What if I take Oklahoma crew to another state to work on the same production?
Is there an application fee for the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program?
What are the eligibility requirements for the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program?
Must a certain percentage of crew be Oklahoma residents?
Do wages paid to non-Oklahoma residents qualify?
Additionally, productions can now qualify payments to loan-out companies owned by out-of-state below-the-line crew members. This allowance is capped at 25% of salary costs to Oklahoma based crew members, and out-of-state loan-outs must register with the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s Office in order for their payments to qualify for the rebate program.
Does the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program require an audit or review?
For projects with QOE over $250,000, the materiality threshold used for CPA Review is the lesser of 1% of QOE or $100,000. For projects with QOE under $250,000, contact the Oklahoma Film + Music Office.
Does the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program apply to above-the-line compensation expenditures?
Does the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program apply to video game production?
I just found out about the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program and I have nearly completed my film. Can I still apply?
I want to work in the film industry and have no experience. How do I get started?
How can I network with other Oklahoma creative media professionals?
How can I be cast in a movie or T.V. show?
How do I get distribution for my movie?
How does OF+MO assist with location scouting?
How can I have my property used in a film?
I need rural locations for my production. Can I still base out of a larger city?
Is there experienced film crew in Oklahoma?
Where is the film crew located in the state?
How can I get the word out about my company?
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Filming in Oklahoma
What are some of the benefits to filming in Oklahoma?
An extremely wide breadth of filming locations can be found among Oklahoma’s 12 eco-regions, with everything from the trademark great plains and sweeping prairies to the unexpected lush forest, expansive plateaus and sand dunes. For any project coming to the state, film-friendly Oklahoma businesses are eager to offer up heartland hospitality to productions, big and small.
These film-friendly elements combined with the low cost of living and favorable economy make Oklahoma a prime destination for your next film, television or music production.
How do I find out about productions that are currently filming in Oklahoma?
Do I have to get permission to film in Oklahoma?
Do I need a new permit for each filming location?
How much does it cost to film on state property?
If my shoot requires pyrotechnics, who do I contact?
If my shoot requires traffic control, who do I contact?
Do I have to have insurance to film in Oklahoma?
What is the weather like in Oklahoma?
What is the nightlife like in Oklahoma?
I want to work in the music industry and have no experience. How do I get started?
I am an artist. How can I book more gigs in Oklahoma?
How can I get my music in a film or television show?
Do I need a permit to have a music festival in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO)
What services does OF+MO provide the film and music industries?
Music: OF+MO promotes and showcases Oklahoma’s rich musical heritage and connects emerging artists of all genres to music venues and businesses across the state with the Oklahoma Music Directory. If you have a music festival or event, we can host or announce your open call for entries.
Our purpose is to grow the film and music industries statewide.
What is the difference between OF+MO and the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts and Culture?
The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture provides resources to further grow, develop and enhance the Tulsa Region’s creative industries including film, music and arts, all while promoting Tulsa as a creative hub and cultural destination for these industries.