BY JOY WHITE
The growth potential of Guam’s film industry remains unrealized as the Guam Economic Development Authority and industry professionals work toward the creation of a Guam film office.
“On a good, good year with 200 to 300 productions, Guam would probably rake in about $9 to $12 million. On a bad year, like 150 groups, we would probably make about $6 to $8 million,” David R. Duenas, manager of the Guam International Media Coordinator Association, told the Journal.
GIMCA is a seven-member nonprofit organization that assists overseas media that wish to produce . . .
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