Los Angeles Area Film & Television Projects Honored at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards

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Los Angeles based film and television projects fared well at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards which aired Sunday evening. L.A. based film and television projects received 35 total nominations in a variety of award categories, including Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Best Actor in a TV Series, Best Limited Series and Best Animated Feature. In all, local performers … Read More

FIRE SAFETY ADVISOR (FSA) RATE INCREASE, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2018

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The Los Angeles County Fire Department has informed FilmL.A. that January 1, 2018 will bring an increase in hourly fees for Fire Safety Advisors (FSAs). The revised fee schedule is as follows:   FIRE SAFETY ADVISOR INCREASE EFFECTIVE 01/01/2018 Rate: up to 8 hours (4 hr. min) $52.70 an hour (Prior Rate $51.67 an hour) Rate: 8 to 12 hours $79.05 an hour (Prior Rate … Read More

‘NIGHT ON BROADWAY’ EVENT – STREET CLOSURES, 1/26 – 1/28

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Night On Broadway will take place on Saturday, January 27th 2018. In preparation for this event, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) will begin closing roadways at 6 a.m. on Friday, January 26th. Roadways will not re-open until noon on Sunday, January 28th. Below is a list of street closures to note:   Further restrictions not reflected on the … Read More

HCID Properties Off Line for Production Use 1/15/2018

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Effective January 15th, 2018, the following HCID (Housing + Community Investment Department) properties will permanently go offline for production use. 2375 W. Washington (aka Washington/Wilton Lot) 4314 W. Adams 6901 S. Main 6527 Crenshaw Reservations on other properties can be made with FilmL.A’s Production Planning team via email at info@filmla.com until 1/14/18.

Wildfire-Related Filming Announcements

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As a service to the production community, FilmL.A. has consolidated all recent fire-related updates pertaining to filming. Please bookmark this post to access the most recent information including the following updates from the City and County of Los Angeles: Update 12/14/17, 1:23 p.m. The United States Forest Service has announced that due to continued extreme fire danger, the decision has … Read More

CicLAvia Iconic Wilshire – December 10th

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On Sunday, December 10th, 2017, the Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) will host CicLAVia – Iconic Wilshire Blvd. Beginning at 9 am, area streets along Wilshire Blvd. between Western Ave. and Spring St. and Spring St. from Wilshire Blvd. to 4th St. will be closed to vehicular traffic to allowing access to pedestrians and cyclists. Intended to create a stronger sense of community in … Read More

FilmL.A. Sound Stage Production Report Offers Pioneering Insight Into L.A. Area Film Production

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FilmL.A. – official film office for the City and County of Los Angeles and 23 other jurisdictions – today released the first in a series of planned bi-annual Sound Stage Production Reports highlighting filming taking place on L.A. area certified sound stages. The complete report can be accessed here (upon registration): www.filmla.com/soundstage-study The pioneering report aggregates data supplied by a … Read More

Santa Monica Holiday Restrictions 2017

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The City of Santa Monica will impose a holiday moratorium that will go into effect on November 20th, 2017 and last through January 2nd, 2018. During the holiday moratorium, filming and production parking will not be permitted in commercial areas of the City of Santa Monica. The areas affected by the moratorium are: Downtown Santa Monica (DTSM) Wilshire Bl., Lincoln … Read More

Temporary Holiday Moratorium LAX Area

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In an ongoing effort to provide future filming opportunities on active roads in Southern California, the LAX Film Office and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) have notified FilmL.A. that there will be a temporary holiday moratorium on any permit requests for closures and/or rolling breaks on any roadways within a four (4) mile radius of LAX Airport.  The moratorium will … Read More

Protests to Affect Filming in Downtown Los Angeles November 3-6

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On November 4, 2017 there will be a Nationwide Refuse Fascism protest affecting major areas of the city. The Los Angeles Police Department along with nationwide law enforcement in major metropolitan areas have been preparing for the number of people this event will draw. LAPD officers will be on heightened alert from Friday, November 3rd through Monday, November 6th. A … Read More