U.S. Forest Service Imposes Holiday Season Application Deadlines

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Please be advised, the U.S. Forest Service will not be accepting new permit applications for film activity taking place December 23rd – 27th in the Angeles National Forest. The Forest Service will return to its standard, 10-business day application review, beginning December 30th, 2019. Below is a list of permit application deadlines to note prior to submitting a new request … Read More

The 87th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade happens December 1st

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The 87th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade will take place on Sunday, December 1st, 2019. The Los Angeles Department of Transportation has released street closure plans and additional parking restrictions associated with the event. Below is a list of roads to avoid and tow-away / no-stopping zones to note leading up to the event: 12 AM SATURDAY (11/30) TO 6 AM … Read More

Holiday Moratorium 2019 – City of Santa Monica

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The City of Santa Monica will impose a holiday moratorium that will go into effect on November 27th and run through January 2, 2020. During the holiday moratorium, filming and production parking will not be permitted in commercial areas of the city. The areas affected by the moratorium are: –Downtown Santa Monica including Wilshire Boulevard (north), Lincoln Boulevard (east), The … Read More

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

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In an effort to reduce the impacts of construction, events and filming to businesses and merchants that rely on revenue generated during the holiday season, the City of Los Angeles implements a relaxation of production activity in commercial districts from November 25, 2019 through January 1, 2020. Filming activity including lane closures, street closures and street parking will be limited … Read More

FilmLA’s New ‘Beta’ System for Beach Reservations Expands to Include GSD, HCID Properties

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In September, FilmLA introduced a new beta reservation system making it easier for filmmakers to identify and reserve Los Angeles County-operated beaches for filming related activity. Tomorrow, 11/13/19, the beta system will begin accepting reservations for filming related activity at FilmLA’s offices, the Los Angeles City’s Department of General Services (GSD) and Housing Community Investment Development (HCIDLA) properties. By using … Read More