Film Commissions

Film Commissions

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Shreveport-Bossier Film Office
Great locations, easy permitting process (no fees), and the ease of shooting multiple locations in one day are just a few things that make Shreveport-Bossier a huge filming success.
Sierra Vista Film Office
Sierra Vista is film-friendly and has had the pleasure of hosting production companies.
Simi Valley Film Council
The City's Filming Office is happy to help you find the location you are looking for in Simi Valley, whether you are looking for that hard-to-find location that only locals know about, looking for a base camp for your shoot, or anything and anywhere in between.
Siskiyou County Film Commission
The Far Northern California Has everything you could possibly want to film valleys,lakes,rivers, streams, mountains, farmland and a volcanic presence second to none plus a 14000 ft mountain. Snow in the winter and a beutiful landscape the rest of the year.
Sonoma County Film Office
The Sonoma County Film Office promotes Sonoma County as a location destination for film production companies worldwide and creates a "film friendly" environment through work with local government, business and residents.
South Carolina Film Commission
We're a business-friendly state that understands the importance behind the opportunities provided by every production.
South Dakota Film Office
South Dakota's infinite variety of unique locations makes it a premier destination for filmmakers across the world. From rolling prairies, majestic mountains, thundering buffalo and endless wide open spaces, we can help you find your perfect location.

Within our state you'll find people like no other. Our friendly and talented crew will go out of their way to make your project succeed. With no personal or corporate income tax and our cost-effective services, South Dakota makes for easy and reliable filming.

We look forward to making your project a success.

The South Dakota Film Office, a component of the South Dakota Department of Tourism, was formed in 1989 to provide the following services:
  • locating sites and/or resources to match script requirements and packaging those locations in a visual presentation.
  • acting as a liaison between filmmakers and public/private domains to secure filming locations.
  • providing information on various production needs such as lodging, food services, labor, props, transportation and state laws and guidelines.
South Padre Island CVB Film Commission
Beautiful beaches and water combine with tropical palms and a resort skyline to 
create a sun-soaked, waterfront and seaside setting that is compact, film-friendly
and a nature lover's paradise...

Our businesses and residents are friendly, hospitable and eager to help make productions
easy and successful.

We are 28 miles from the Mexican Border and the length of the Island is bordered
by the Gulf of Mexico on one side and the Laguna Madre (Bay) on the other.

The South Padre Island Film Commission is a division of the South Padre Island CVB
Southern Oregon Film and Media
Discover Southern Oregon, friendly to a filmmaker's eye as well as budget, where incredible locations, experienced crews, strong film incentives and no state sales tax have attracted industry professionals from across the country and around the world.
Space Coast Office of Tourism
The Space Coast region offers one of the most bio-diverse natural landscapes in the country, with 72 miles of open beaches and weather that provides a phenomenal number of good shooting days.
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