TNT series Good Behavior officially wrapped filming on its second season last weekend, leaving Wilmington in limbo of current film activity.
Now those in Wilmington’s film industry are waiting for the next production to make it to the state, while others are seeking film jobs with projects in cities with a steadier market.
“No new awardings have been granted since the passing of the recent [state]budget [in June],” said Guy Gaster, director of the N.C. Film Office, in an email Tuesday.
The state budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year allocated $15 million in new funding, rolling over about $18 million left over from the previous year’s film grant appropriations. The following fiscal year, $31 million dollars are allocated and set to recur each year.
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