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Pasadena Film Office
The Pasadena Film Office coordinates all on-location production (features, television series, commercials, student films, independent films, still fashion shoots, etc.
Pennsylvania Film Office
The Pennsylvania Film Office assist production looking for locations and filming in the Commonwealth.
Pensacola Film Office
With Pensacola's natural beauty, historic sites, ideal temperate weather and a genuine welcome from our hospitality community, many scouts look to this area for filming, whether it be an independent film, major production or well-known television show.
Philadelphia - Greater Philadelphia Film Office
The Greater Philadelphia Film Office (GPFO) is a "film commission" representing southeastern Pennsylvania that officially serves the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia.
Phoenix Film Office
The city of Phoenix Film Office is your ultimate resource for everything you need to film in Phoenix, providing hassle-free service.
Piedmont Triad Film Commission
The Piedmont Triad Film Commission represents 12 counties surrounding the three major cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem & High Point in central NC. We offer crew and a wide variety of locations.
Pittsburgh Film Office
The Pittsburgh Film Office markets the greater Southwestern Pennsylvania region as a great location for movie, television, and commercial productions. Since its inception in 1990, the PFO has assisted more than 135 feature films and television productions to Southwestern Pennsylvania. These productions have brought in one billion dollars, making a significant economic impact in our region.

To facilitate filming in the Pittsburgh area, the PFO provides information on the region, locations, vendors, and crew; and coordinates government and business offices in support of a production. It also serves as a conduit for information, providing assistance to local filmmakers and the local film industry throughout the region.
Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office

For almost 100 years directors have been filming in Placer County, from Charlie Chaplin to Coppola to Spike Jonze. To continue that tradition our office provides location assistance, free county film permits, local resources, and community support to help expedite the pre-production and production process.

We're located just over an hour flight from Los Angeles in Northern California, just east of San Francisco.

Our diverse locations extend from 90' to over 9000, all within 90 miles. From the snowy slopes and sapphire and emerald waters of Lake Tahoe to flat, rural Mid-Western farmlands there are a wealth of locations from which to choose: white water rapids and rivers, hi tech firms and architecture, small towns, vistas, and vineyards (Wise Villa Winery was named top winery of the year at the 2015 California State Fair). We also have the highest bridge in California, and all types of roads and homes. We double nicely as a cross-section of the US (The Muppets, HBO's Cinema Verite), and in the springtime you can often film four seasons in one weekend!

Proud member of the Film Liaisons in California Statewide (FLICS) since 2005.

RGV Film Commission
Our mission at The RGV Film Commission is to create new jobs and increase the economic vitality of the region by developing a profitable film industry.

Opportunities to film not only throughout the Rio Grande Valley but also in towns across the border, such as Reynosa and Progreso.

The RGV film commission includes all of Hidalgo, Willacy, Starr and Cameron Counties to serve for your filming location.

Over 330 days of sunshine and warm temperatures year around make our area ideal for filming
The RGV has many of the amenities of a big city but with the charm of a small town.

Why film in the Rio Grande Valley?

The Rio Grande Valley is located in the southern most region of the state of Texas. Located on the U.S. - Mexico border, the Rio Grande Valley is a culturally rich area. Once an agricultural community, this area has evolved into a growing metropolitan region. According to the Forbes list of fasting growing cities in the United States, the Rio Grande valley is an ideal market for up and coming businesses and entrepreneurs.  With an array of scenic attractions, the Rio Grande Valley attracts tourists year round.

From the beaches of South Padre Island, to the historic birding center in Roma, the Rio Grande Valley is visually entertaining.  And, with a combination of the new and the old, and eleven different ecosystems, the Rio Grande Valley can substitute for many different regions. As an additional benefit, labor costs are very low.

There may be both state and local permits that need to be acquired when filming. The state permits required by the State of Texas can be found on Governor Rick Perry's website.  Also, each city in the Rio Grande Valley will vary in the permits one needs to obtain, but we will help you to obtain what you require for each step of your filming process.

Rhode Island Film & Television Office
The Rhode Island Film & Television Office, a state agency under the Rhode Island State Council of the Arts (RISCA), exists to promote Rhode Island as the ideal site for film and television projects, and to help our state's film and video artists, and others, benefit from their filmmaking experience in the Ocean State).
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