Filmmaker Resources

Professional Opportunities

Whether you are looking for paid work or professional experience, check the opportunities below.  This service is provided by ReadingFilm, but ReadingFilm is not responsible for any of the claims or content listed unless stated otherwise.

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 Production Partners

The Greater Philadelphia Film Office

Need a cosmopolitan second unit or big city backdrop to complement your production locations in Greater Reading? The Greater Philadelphia Film Office is the one place to come for all of your filming needs in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. We handle all permits, police and location requests so that filmmakers can concentrate on what they do best, and we do it for free. If you are planning a production in our region, give us a call.


Phone: 215-686-2668

Fax: 215-686-3659


PA Tax Incentives

To grow a TV/film industry in Greater Reading, filmmakers need incentives. Currently, there has never been a better time to do film business in Pennsylvania. Since 2007, the state has set aside nearly $350 million as incentives to filmmakers in PA as part of the Commonwealth’s Film Production Tax Credit Program.

This is how it works: Pennsylvania provides film companies a 25 percent tax credit for expenses incurred in the commonwealth. The transferable tax credit is available for feature films, TV shows and commercials intended for a national audience. To qualify for the tax credit, 60 percent of the total production expenses must be incurred in Pennsylvania. Qualified expenses are production costs that are subject to state taxes, and there is no per-project cap.

Find out more about incentives in Pennsylvania here: