Productions generated estimated $222.5 million in spending, with nearly 10,000 new hires in NYS; state film tax credit program annually generates hundreds of thousands of hires, millions in investment
Employers tend to get a bad rap — often deservedly — for their attitudes about hiring, retaining and nurturing workers over 50. Frequently, older workers and older job applicants are perceived as lethargic, expensive and behind the times. So let me tell you about 13 employers who see things very differently: the winners and finalists of the 2017 Age Smart Employer Awards.
Just on the other side of the east River, directly across from the new Cornell Tech Campus, developer Stuart Match Suna imagines huge opportunity for Long Island City.
Just over the East River of Manhattan lies one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the world. As any local can tell you, Queens has become New York City’s fastest-growing borough, with a recent influx of new families, young professionals and businesses both large and small.
It offers a healthy mix of new and old, as multigenerational families from countries all over the world are keeping their old traditions alive while sharing the space with new younger residents. The incredible diversity of the borough is its backbone and perhaps its greatest attraction.
Who better than Oscar to represent the new NYC Film Green Initiative?
NYC Film Green is the first sustainability program for the film and television industry in the United States administered by a government agency. NYC Film Green is a voluntary program that enables productions engaging in environmentally-conscious practices to apply for and receive recognition for their efforts. NYC Film Green is greening New York City’s film and television industry one production at a time and setting the gold standard for best practices in sustainable film and television production throughout the world.