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Filmmaker Gary Jones Goes Back to Basics

Gary Jones, who was collecting lifetime achievement awards and plaudits as Arkansas’ dean of commercial filmmaking more than 15 years ago, has come full circle. read more >
The M-3 building, open for business at Third and Main in downtown Little Rock.
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Jones Film Makes Main Street Move, Becomes M-3 Productions

Downtown Little Rock's Main Street makeover continued this week with the move of Jones Film Video to its new headquarters at Third and Main. The company also changed its name to M-3 Productions. read more >
Brandon Huffman, president of Huffman Contractors, is overseeing McKenzie Park Apartments in west Little Rock.
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Contractors See Construction Business Pick Up in 2014

In general, 2014 was a year of increase among the biggest general contractors in Arkansas. Eighteen out of 32 firms that reported updated revenue figures for the largest commercial contractors list recorded year-over-year gains. read more >
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Jay Cranford, Ross Cranford, Denver Peacock Resign from CJRW

Three of Cranford Robinson Johnson Woods' top executives - Ross Cranford, Jay Cranford and Denver Peacock - resigned from the Little Rock ad firm Monday, continuing a string of defections that began last year. read more >
The Fulks Building on Main Street will be Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods’ new headquarters in 2015. (Photo by Luke Jones)
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Plans in Place for New HQ on Main Street for CJRW

Last month Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods announced that it would be moving its offices to the 21,000-SF Fulk Building at Main and Third streets in downtown Little Rock, the longtime home of Bennett’s Military Supply, which will be moving elsewhere downtown. read more >
In 2013, George Production Studios moved to west Little Rock.
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One-Man Studios Thrive Post-Recession

Following the Great Recession, the decentralization of the state’s film studio industry has resulted in smaller studios thriving. Surviving intact through the economic wildfire were studios led by one or two filmmakers who alone were capable of carrying out a shoot from concept to completion. read more >