FilmLA and City of San Fernando Partner to Support Filming

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City of San Fernando partners with FilmLA

FilmLA is pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership with the City of San Fernando, establishing FilmLA as the centralized coordinator of film permits and related services in the City. Effective June 1, 2022, filmmakers with an interest in filming in San Fernando will be able to do so through FilmLA’s one-stop permitting solution. Meanwhile, San Fernando residents … Read More

Filmmaker Advisory Re: Super Bowl LVI

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As Los Angeles prepares to welcome the Super Bowl, FilmLA has been informed of some potential challenges that productions might face in the coming week. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers will not be available to work on-location from 2/6/22 through 2/13/22.  During this time, productions needing to film in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County will need to secure LA … Read More

FilmL.A. Supports Filming Close to Home

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Each year, hundreds of Los Angeles area filmmakers avail themselves of low-cost access to a variety of publicly owned film locations. Thanks to the generosity of the City of Los Angeles, use fees are waived for filming at most city-owned properties, making access to these facilities very affordable. A lesser-known perk of filming in Los Angeles is that FilmL.A.’s Hollywood … Read More

A Festival to Celebrate the Departing 6th Street Bridge

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In late October, thousands of Angelenos gathered at the 6th Street Viaduct to bid goodbye to a Los Angeles icon.  The 6th Street Bridge, a neighborhood landmark made famous on the small and silver screens, is earmarked for demolition and replacement.  It seemed only fitting that FilmL.A. join other sponsors and the office of Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar, … Read More

Avoiding Insurance Related Permit Delays

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FilmL.A. has been known to turn around film permit applications in as few as two business days.  Three days is fairly standard, and many factors could add additional time, but did you know the number one reason for delays in permit processing is lack of required liability insurance? Obtaining liability insurance sufficient to meet local requirements is an integral part … Read More