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

Upcoming LAUSD Filming Application Deadline

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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

LAUSD License Agreement Requests

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The new approval process for License Agreements for use of LAUSD properties has sometimes resulted in slower responses than in the past. Due to this new process FilmL.A. has also received more rejections of requested License Agreements. As a result of this recent change, it is our recommendation that applications be submitted to FilmL.A. no less than four full week-days … Read More

Updated Process for Filming at LAUSD Schools

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Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has updated its licensing procedures and Standard Terms and Conditions for filming and parking at LAUSD properties. The updated procedures and terms clarify and put into writing procedures already in use by FilmL.A. and LAUSD officials. With this adjustment, production related activities and parking have resumed as normal at LAUSD properties. New Form: Synopsis … Read More

Update on Filming at Los Angeles Unified Schools

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On October 8, 2015, LAUSD announced that a temporary filming hiatus was in effect for District school properties. Today, FilmL.A. received a statement from LAUSD Superintendent Ramon Cortines, providing an update on the terms of the hiatus: I understand the importance of filming in Los Angeles and the benefits it provides to our schools and the local economy. This morning, … Read More