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How was Wilmington Regional Film Commission Director Johnny Griffin hired? Is the position elected or appointed?

Ken Little
StarNews

Jimmy Smith, chairman of the Wilmington Regional Film Commission, submits this written answer:

“Johnny Griffin was hired as executive director of the Wilmington of the Wilmington Regional Film Commission, Inc, in 1999. The commission is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit private corporation governed by a five-member board of directors.  “Partial funding for the commission is received through contracts with the City of Wilmington and New Hanover County. The commission is responsible for maintaining and increasing film and video production in 11 in southeast North Carolina and also acts as a liaison between production companies and local governments and committees,” Smith writes.

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One Response to “ How was Wilmington Regional Film Commission Director Johnny Griffin hired? Is the position elected or appointed?”

  1. On December 4, 2009 at 8:59 pm anonymous wrote:

    I am very curious to know who the five member board is? I was unable to attain that information from the website.
    I would also like to know Johnny Griffin’s salary
    since partial funding is received from The City of Wilmington and the County of New Hanover.
    How is someone hired by the Film Commission?



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