COVID-19 Resource Center

FilmLAProduction Alerts

Last update: Monday, 11/30/20 @ 4:00 p.m. FilmLA resumed coordination of film permits on Monday, June 15, and applications continue to be accepted as of today. With Limited Stay at Home Orders in effect in Los Angeles County, FilmLA has issued guidance for filmmakers seeking permits for filming at this time. Please see also our list of Frequently Asked Questions, latest … Read More

County of Los Angeles & City of Los Angeles Withdraw After-Hours Filming Limit

FilmLAFor Filmmakers, Production Alerts

Last Update: 11.25.20 @ 1:30 p.m. UPDATED: Los Angeles County and the City of Los Angeles have advised FilmLA that filming will not be restricted to the hours between 5 a.m. / 7 a.m. and 10 p.m., as previously announced. Filmmakers are highly encouraged to stay within those limits, if feasible, and be mindful of community impact while California’s Limited … Read More

Filming During a Stay at Home Order: Recommendations from FilmLA

FilmLAFor Filmmakers, Production Alerts

Since June, when on-location film production resumed in Los Angeles under modified public health orders, the State of California has viewed workers supporting the film, television and commercial production industry—who number in the hundreds of thousands here in Greater LA— as essential for the state’s critical infrastructure. FilmLA is unaware of any plans to revisit or modify the state’s essential … Read More

Temporary Holiday Filming Moratorium for the LAX Area

FilmLAProduction Alerts

In an ongoing effort to provide future filming opportunities on active roads in Southern California, the LAX Film Office in conjunction with FilmLA and supported by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is issuing this notice.  There will be a temporary moratorium on any permit requests for closures and/or rolling breaks on any roadways within a four (4) mile radius of … Read More

Filming in Commercial Districts During the Holiday Season – City of Los Angeles

FilmLAProduction Alerts

Each year, in an effort to reduce the impacts of construction, events and filming on businesses that rely on holiday sales, the City of Los Angeles implements temporary restrictions on production activity in commercial districts. For 2020, mindful also of the challenges facing these businesses as a result of COVID-19, filming activity involving lane closures, street closures and street parking … Read More