Film activity is off to a healthy start, according to the San Francisco Film Office.
In February, there were 25 projects totaling 67 days of filming, up from the 19 projects and 38 days of filming in February 2009.
The major projects that you might have seen filming around San Francisco in February were “Criminal Minds 2,” “Hell's Kitchen” and “Important Things With Demitri Martin.”
In March, there were 42 projects for a total of 92 days of filing, up from 22 projects for 76 days in March 2009.
This year, in March the major projects were Mustang and Subaru commercials, the ABC television pilot “True Blue” and the NBC television pilot “Love Bites.”
Moving on to April, there were 36 projects for 88 days of filming, up from 33 projects for 68 filming days in April 2009. The major projects in April 2010 were “Savassana,” a still photo shoot for a J Jill catalog and a PG&E Commercial.
“We are pleased that recent months have provided jobs to local filmmakers and crew, as well as increased dollars to the S.F. economy,” said Christine Munday of the Film Office.