Starring NJ/Filming

Last year, Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation which bolsters the New Jersey Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program through expanded digital media production tax credits and other improvements. The program, which was first signed into law by Governor Murphy in July 2018, and first expanded in January 2020, has made New Jersey a national film and television production center and continues to attract high-profile projects to New Jersey such as West Side Story, The Equalizer and The Many Saints of Newark.

Voorhees Township recently had the opportunity to have locations of our town photographed for the NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission and the South Jersey Film Cooperative. Thank you for spending the time to photograph Connolly Park, Saddle Hill Winery, Lions Lake, The Mansion on Main Street, Stafford Disc Golf, the Voorhees Fire Department and the Voorhees Town Center.

The New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission is looking for a wide array of residential, commercial, municipal and state properties that might attract a producer’s attention. From warehouses to condos, neighborhood waiting spots to historic landmarks, newly built homes to rustic farmhouses, all properties are valuable in attracting production to our town.


Submitting a property via is easy to do and it’s FREE!

New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission South Jersey Film Office Cooperative


Some helpful information links below:

The New Jersey Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program

Office of the Governor | Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Bolstering The New Jersey Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program (


South Jersey Film Office Cooperative

South Jersey Film Office – Camden & Gloucester Counties, NJ (


Department of State NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission

NJ DOS – NJ Motion Picture & Television Commission


Submit property for filming

Location Submission – NJ (


The Garden State Media Tax Credit Program is expanding amid Gov. Phil Murphy’s ongoing push to make New Jersey a top destination for film and television productions, and we want Voorhees Township to be part of this wonderful opportunity.


** The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club is hosting its Annual Community Service Awards Dinner on March 9 from 6pm to 9:15pm at Lucien’s Distinguished Catering in Berlin.  The awards ceremony will follow a celebration to include hour d’oeuvres, dinner and desserts along with wine and beer. The cost to attend the dinner is $95 per attendee or $735 for a table of eight.  For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact event chair Nick Colanzi at 856-435-6200.