DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Two movies will be filmed in Dayton, announced the Ohio Film Office on Thursday.
The Office has secured numerous films to be shot in Ohio, bringing the total number of films, television series, and commercials assisted by the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit to 44 since the program began in Fiscal Year 2010.
"The Tribunal" will receive a $755,500 Motion Picture Tax Credit and is slated to shoot in the city of Dayton. This film is a love story set in a Catholic marriage tribunal. It will follow the saga surrounding a couple trying to tie the knot surrounded by problems. The project is expected to hire more than 200 Ohioans as part of the cast and crew.
The second movie set heading to the Dayton region is called "The Do Over," and will receive a $633,500 Motion Picture Tax Credit. Evelyn and Jonathan dated when they were young, now much older and both widowed, they meet again when their children fall in love with each other. After spending time together their true feelings for each other emerge. The project is expected to hire approximately 60 Ohioans as part of the cast and crew.
Since the tax credit began, the Ohio Film Office has provided more than $52 million in tax credits to Ohio productions, which have employed more than 19,000 Ohioans and contributed nearly $205 million to Ohio's economy.
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