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Our aim is to help better connect producers, directors and location scouts with North American film locations. Through insightful content on rising film destinations, help in navigating rebates and incentives and news about what’s shooting where, we hope to make it easier to find and procure new locations for film production.
The Latest from Destination Film Guide
James L. Brooks returns to the director's chair, Ari Aster prepares a "Western noir," and Anne Hathaway will fight dinosaurs in a new Bad Robot thriller Ella McCay (20th Century Studios) James L. Brooks, the legendary director behind classics such as Terms of...
Timothée Chalamet stars in Bob Dylan biopic, Ray Romano signs on to Netflix comedy, and Yellowstone begins filming its final season A Complete Unknown (Fox Searchlight) Timothée Chalamet (Wonka, Dune) is set to star in a new Bob Dylan biopic directed by James Mangold...
George Clooney to star in new Noah Baumbach film, Paul Thomas Anderson announces latest project, and Taron Egerton to return to Apple TV+ for a second limited series Jay Kelly (Netflix) Noah Baumbach is set to direct his fourth feature film for Netflix after White...
While City Cruises is traditionally known for hosting public dining cruises and private events, the company’s fleet of yachts are also sought-after production venues for TV and movie producers looking for flexible spaces that offer a blank canvas for capturing scenes that include iconic NYC sights as a backdrop.
Great location, easy access, a favorable economy, four distinct seasons, an eclectic music scene, cooperative city and county governments, and great transportation options are just a few of the advantages to filming in St. Louis. The St. Louis Film office is here to help you find the best the city can provide.
Southwest Montana is a unique film destination that offers a wide variety of landscapes, venues and friendly communities. We are excited to introduce you to a region that we love. We look forward to welcoming you to Southwest Montana!
Give your project a tropical backdrop or authentic Caribbean atmosphere The island nations and tropical locales of Central America and the Caribbean offer lush, colorful backdrops for your project after just a short flight. Locations such as Hawaii and Puerto Rico...
Besides Canada’s internationally recognized film locations — Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal — the Great White North holds a wealth of movie locations across its picture-perfect provinces.
New England’s visually dazzling fall foliage, charming coastal villages and winding, European-inspired streets are appealing to a variety of productions. Whether you want an authentic period piece or vibrant outdoor adventure, New England offers the backdrop for you.