Not so ready for a close-up: Film industry growth delayed

Not so ready for a close-up: Film industry growth delayed

BY JOY WHITE

Journal Staff

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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