Areas ServedWe are proud to serve the film permitting and community relations needs of each of the following clients. Please see the individual links for short descriptions. For details on how to film in their areas, visit the Film Permits page in the For Filmmakers section, and access the "Filming On-Location" process guide.
La Cañada Unified School DistrictValued Client Since: 2011
The La Cañada Unified School District (LCUSD) is helping lead the way in exploring new revenue models to support educational and extracurricular programs.
When LCUSD partnered with FilmL.A. in 2011 and took steps to centralize and streamline its on-location filming license process, the District and its 3 elementary schools and its one combined junior/senior high school tapped into a potential source of income that brings enormous benefits for educators, parents and the over 4,000 students currently served by the District.
LCUSD schools serve a city population of over 20,000 and is situated in the far western end of the San Gabriel Valley. It is nestled between the San Gabriel Mountains and Angeles National Forest on the north, and the San Rafael Hills on the south. Most of the city drains southeastward toward Pasadena to Arroyo Seco, but the western part of the city (generally west of Alta Canyada Road) drains southward toward Glendale via Verdugo Canyon. Both drainages join the Los Angeles River north of downtown Los Angeles.