FilmLA to Begin Accepting Film Permit Applications Starting June 15

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Next Monday, June 15, FilmLA will resume coordinating requests to film on-location in areas under the jurisdiction of the County of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, and a handful of other local cities.  We look forward to again being of service to the region’s creative community. No new film permits have been issued, and no filming on-location allowed in … Read More

FilmLA to Implement Remote Work Plan

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As one of many employers experiencing changes in business operations due to concerns about the Coronavirus, FilmLA has activated a Remote Work Plan for its employees.  According to this Plan, FilmLA will require nearly all of our employees to work from home until further notice.  Thanks to careful preparation, FilmLA is well-equipped to continue operations with little interruption in service … Read More

‘Main & Spring Forward Project’ September 10th – 30th

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FilmL.A. just received notice that construction associated with the ‘Main and Spring Forward Project‘ began this week and will continue through September 30th, 2018. During this time, requests for production activity on Spring Street that include posting, lane closures and/or exterior activity will need to be reviewed and approved on a case by case basis. Additionally, on September 22nd and September 23rd, the … Read More

CORRECTION: Metro Transit Security to Staff Film Shoots on MTA Properties

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Update: An earlier FilmL.A. Production Alert, dated August 7, detailed a revised procedure for the hiring of security for film-related detail work at LA Metro properties. This Alert supersedes and replaces that announcement. FilmL.A., at the request of L.A. Metro, reminds the production community of the procedures for filming at Metro properties. Metro’s current procedures for filming permits are outlined … Read More

Park Officials Urge Caution re: Snakes in Regional Parks

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The Park Film Office and FilmL.A. jointly urge film industry personnel to be mindful of possible wildlife encounters when filming in area parks. Increased rains brought heavy brush and vegetation this year. Because of this, we are experiencing an increase in snake population and activity in large and regional parks. Please know that Park Rangers are not available for catch … Read More