Feature Florida Partnerships adds Brad Barrios to Board, upgrading an accomplished roster of Florida-based leaders
"Florida can become a film-friendly state again," says Mr. Barrios. "Our culture and economy benefit from an active production industry and I look forward to participating in this effort to cultivate new opportunities."
Mr. Barrios joins three other directors to oversee FFP operations – Josh Ellis, professor at the Miami Dade College School of Entertainment & Design Technology; Jack Hebert, principal at Clearwater-based government relations firm the Mallard Group; and ex-state representative and candidate for Orange County Commission, District 5 (Orlando), Mike Miller.
FFP executive director Chris Ranung adds that "our organization is at an exciting stage of development and will soon initiate its first programs to support and nurture Florida filmmakers. I am very pleased that Brad Barrios has stepped forward to help at this important time."
Feature Florida Partnerships advocates for independent Florida feature film and episodic television production. For information about contributing time, skill, or capital, contact Chris Ranung at chrisranung@