Preserving the Past, Informing the Future
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1983, June, Connecticut State Motion
Picture Film Commission established per P.A. 83-26, June Special
Session. Often referred to as the Film Commission.
Administratively part of the
Dept. of Economic Development
1994, the Connecticut Film, Video and Media Office established within the Dept. of Economic Development per P.A. 94-137. Often referred to as the Connecticut Film and Video Office.
1994, the Connecticut State Motion Picture Film Commission is renamed the Connecticut Film, Video and Media Commission within the Dept. of Economic Development. The Commission monitors the activities of the Film, Video and Media Office, per P.A. 94-137.
1995, October, Dept. of Economic Development becomes the Dept. of Economic and Community Development
2003, June 30, both the Film, Video and Media Office and the Commission merged with other agencies to form the Commission on Arts, Tourism, Culture, History, and Film per P.A. 03-6.
Agency Documents in the State Library
Check the State Library catalog, CONSULS, under these author headings for publications by the agency available in the State Library :
Connecticut. Film Commission.
Connecticut. Film and Video Office.
Connecticut. Film, Video and Media Office.
Annual Reports are located in :
Digest of Administrative Reports to the Governor, under the Tourism or Marketing sections of the Dept. of Economic Development and Dept of Economic and Community Development. [CSL Call Number ConnDoc F40 d]
State Archives Record Group :
Years of Service
|John J. Carson||1984-1988|
|Stephen B. Heintz||1989-1990|
|Joseph J. McGee||1991-1992|
Prepared by the Government Information and Reference Services Unit, page revised 7/2008.