Inauguration Day – Law Enforcement Availability

FilmLAProduction Alerts

As Inauguration Day approaches on January 20th, local officials expect increased staffing demands for law enforcement and public safety personnel. No filming activity requiring the direct presence of CHP or Sheriffs will be approved for January 20th (Inauguration Day). This means no driving shots, intermittent traffic control, lane closures, or full street closures will be available in areas served by … Read More

COVID-19 Resource Center

FilmLAProduction Alerts

Last update: Tuesday, January 12 @ 12:00 p.m. At the instruction of our government clients, FilmLA resumed coordination of film permits on Monday, June 15, and applications continue to be accepted as of today. Local authorities have confirmed that while new Stay at Home Orders are in effect for California, Los Angeles County, and the City of Los Angeles, on-location … Read More

LADPH Urges Film Industry Vigilance to Help Contain COVID-19

FilmLAProduction Alerts

Update 12/29/20 @ 7:45 p.m. — FilmLA today issued a Media Advisory regarding the availability of new permit data in January. The local film industry is highly invested in efforts to control COVID-19, as demonstrated by strict safety protocols and testing that all productions are subject to. Receptive to the guidance of County public health experts, the industry also responsibly … Read More

Upcoming LAUSD Filming Application Deadline

FilmLAProduction Alerts

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) schools will not be in session during the annual winter recess break beginning Monday, December 21, 2020 through Friday, January 8, 2021.   LAUSD school facilities may still be available for filming and/or parking use during this time, however requests must be discussed and coordinated with school site administrators prior to the applications being … 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