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Last update: May 6, 2021 @ 9:45 a.m. At the instruction of our government clients, FilmLA is currently accepting applications for permits to film on-location. On-location film production taking place at this time is subject to strict adherence to health and safety guidelines. NEW! — The County of Los Angeles has moved into the Yellow Tier for the reopening of … Read More

FilmLA to Introduce New Permit Coordination System in March

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FilmLA is committed to streamlining and enhancing the on-location filming process in Greater Los Angeles. To support this mission, we’ve invested heavily in new technology to improve the permit application experience for film industry customers and government permit approvers.  We are excited to announce that on March 15, FilmLA will introduce a next-generation online system – MyFilmLA – for film … Read More

Notice of Changes to LAUSD Parking Fees

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The fees for using Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) properties for production-related parking have been updated, effective March 1, 2021. All applications for parking received on or after March 1 will be subject to the new rates, and applications already in process prior to this date will retain prior fees. The increase in parking fees is not the result … Read More

COVID-19 Forces Filming to Record Low in Los Angeles

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FilmLA, partner film office for the City and County of Los Angeles and other local jurisdictions—today issued a pair of reports illuminating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Los Angeles film economy. FilmLA’s year-end report for 2020 sheds light on the industry’s challenges to resume production last fall, while the 2020 Television Production Report dives deeper into the LA film … Read More

Inauguration Day – Law Enforcement Availability

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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