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Gallaudet University to be home to digital animation firm (Washington Business Journal)

Digital animation firm Pigmental Studios will establish its headquarters atGallaudet University's campus near the NoMa-Gallaudet U Metro station in Northeast, roughly a year after choosing the District over Los Angeles and Santa Fe for its new home.

DC On TV And Film (Think on KERA FM)

From NPR headquarters in Washington, KERA Today talks about shooting TV and movies in America’s most security conscious city with Angie Gates, director of the DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development; and House of Cards location manager Patrick Burn.

DC art students memorialize Jesse Owens (The Washington Times)

A tribute to Olympic hero Jesse Owens now is proudly on display at the Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center in Northwest thanks to students at a nearby arts school.

They played here (The Washington Post)

When it’s time to tape a special, comedians often turn to the capital city, where there’s a bounty of grand old theaters and an audience that always seems hungry for comic relief.

The ‘House of Cards’ crew spotted filming in DC yesterday (The Washington Post)

On Monday, the “House of Cards” crew was spotted filming season three.

House Of Cards Spotted Filming In DC  (DCist)

"House of Cards" was back in DC this week filming for at least the second time this year.

Just Shoot Us (Washington City Paper)

DC nabbed Pierre Bagley from Hollywood. Can he bring Hollywood to DC? 

'Captain America' takes a monumental trip to Washington (USA Today)

DC acts as a new hometown for a World War II soldier still getting used to the modern day in 'Winter Soldier.'  

‘Captain America’ spotlights D.C. (Politico)

Lucy McCalmont on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” filmed on location, in the District.

What’s up with Hollywood’s fake Metro stations? (The Washington Post)

Bethonie Butler askes, There are 40 Metro stations in DC So why do shows like "House of Cards," and "Homeland" make so many of them up?

From 'House of Cards' to 'Scandal,' D.C. fights for more real screentime (The GW Hatchet)

Olivia Kantor reports on shows that are set in DC, but not filmed here.

Meet DC’s new pitchman to Hollywood (The Reliable Source)

Emily Heil reports on how Pierre Bagley, wants Washington to get ready for its close-up.

Pierre Bagley, DC Film Office’s New Chief, Wants to Be a Producer (Washingtonian)

Benjamin Freed interviews Bagley, who after 30 years in Hollywood, talks about the challenges of his new job.

DC names director Pierre Bagley as film office chief (Washington Business Journal)

Journalist Michael Neibauer reports on DC Mayor Vincent Gray on Wednesday named Pierre Bagley, a producer, writer and film director, as the new chief of the District’s Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.

DC Sees $22M From Film, TV Production Last Year (Washington Business Journal)

Reporter Jeff Clabaugh looks at year over year growth in production expenditures, jobs and efforts of the DC Office of Motion Picture and Television

"Life After Top Chef" Gives DC Lots of Love (Washington Examiner)

Washington Examiner's Nikki Schwab looks at how Bravo's new show, "Life After Top Chef," gives viewers a healthy-sized bite of what life is like in the DC food scene.

Captain America Sequel to Film in DC (DCist)

DCist's Ben Freed explores upcoming sequel to the Marvel franchise's "Captain America" filming in the District.