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Nevada Film Office
Page 3: Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
Page 4: Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office • Virginia Film Office
Amarillo Film Commission  

Amarillo Film Commission

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Considered the second largest canyon in the U.S. and one of its most magnificent scenic attractions. More than 30,000 acres display extraordinary vistas of color and beauty. Today visitors appreciate the fact that they can drive 800 feet down to the bottom of the canyon.

Amarillo Film Commission
1000 S PolkAmarillo, TX 79101
Phone: 806-342-2012Fax: 806-342-2061
www.visitamarillotx.com

Contact: Jutta Matalka, Director Tourism/Film


DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development  

DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development

U.S. Capitol – District of Columbia

Of all of the capitals in the world, Washington, DC is one of the most exciting for filmmakers, combining global landmarks with diverse and unique neighborhoods. Nothing says Washington like the U.S. Capitol. Let Washington, DC play the “silent star” in your next production.

DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development
200 I Street SE • Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 202.727.6608Fax: 202.727.3246
www.film.dc.gov

Contact:
Crystal Palmer, Director
Tim Czakoczi, Production Support


Jackson, Mississippi

Mississippi Film Office
P.O. Box 849 • Jackson, MS 39205
Phone: 601.359.3297 • Fax: 601.359.5048
www.filmMississippi.org

Contact: Ward Emling, Manager

 

Jackson, Mississippi

Jackson, Mississippi

While Mississippi has a spectrum of small towns: from vibrant town squares to sleepy railroad towns to the most curious intersections, and landscapes: from the endless Mississippi Delta to rivers wide and lazy to the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Coast…don’t forget the cosmopolitan, culinary, and entertainment richness of Jackson: the center of government, industry, and enterprise…and the place Conde Nast Traveler called one of America’s Top Ten Friendliest Cities and the NY Times recently invited you to spend 36 Hours.



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Nevada Film Office
Page 3: Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
Page 4: Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office • Virginia Film Office
Valley of Fire Nevada location  

Nevada Film Office

Valley of Fire

Valley of Fire is the oldest state park in Nevada and was designated a scenic byway and a national natural landmark. It covers 42,000 acres at an elevation between 2,000–2,600 feet and features brilliant colored sandstone more than 150 million years old. Film Incentives coming January 2014.

Nevada Film Office
6655 West Sahara Ave., Suite C-106 • Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: 702.486.2711 • Fax: 702.486.2712
nevadafilm.com

Contact: Brian O’Hare, Locations Coordinator


Reno Arch Nevada   Nevada Film Office

Reno Arch

The iconic Reno Arch has been greeting visitors along Virginia Street since 1927. A contest to come up with a slogan for the arch with the winning phrase “The Biggest Little City in the World” is still branded on the arch to this day. Film Incentives coming January 2014.

Nevada Film Office
6655 West Sahara Ave., Suite C-106 • Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: 702.486.2711 • Fax: 702.486.2712
nevadafilm.com

Contact: Brian O’Hare, Locations Coordinator


Elkp Nevada   Nevada Film Office

Elko

Elko has been called "the last real cow town in the American West.” Discovered in 1868, the town is home to the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and the National Basque Festival. Residents consist of cowboys, sheepherders, miners, railroad men and a large Basque community. Film Incentives coming January 2014.

Nevada Film Office
6655 West Sahara Ave., Suite C-106 • Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: 702.486.2711 • Fax: 702.486.2712
nevadafilm.com

Contact: Brian O’Hare, Locations Coordinator



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Nevada Film Office
Page 3: Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
Page 4: Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office • Virginia Film Office
Taughannock Falls  

rochester finger lakes new york ny film video officeTaughannock Falls

Taughannock Falls plunges 215 feet past rocky cliffs that tower nearly 400 feet above the gorge. Gorge and rim trails offer spectacular views from above the falls and from below at the end of the gorge trail. 30% NYS Film Incentive rebate.

Contact:
Nora Brown, Executive Director
Karl Goldsmith, Deputy Director

Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
45 East Avenue • Rochester, NY 14604
Phone: 585.279.8308 • Fax: 585.232.4822
www.filmrochester.org


Finger Lakes Vineyard — New York  

rochester finger lakes new york ny film video officeFinger Lakes Vineyard — New York

Truly a gem as a location - one of the most beautiful regions in the country - the Finger Lakes is also the second largest wine producing region in the country; its steeply sloping vineyards and clear blue lakes make it ideal for doubling the picturesque wineries and lush grape-growing valleys of Europe. 30% NYS Film Incentive rebate.

Contact:
Nora Brown, Executive Director
Karl Goldsmith, Deputy Director

Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
45 East Avenue • Rochester, NY 14604
Phone: 585.279.8308 • Fax: 585.232.4822
www.filmrochester.org


Rochester Sky line  

rochester finger lakes new york ny film video office

Rochester Sky line

Rochester is considered New York’s biggest small city. Can look like Any City USA. Filmmakers love the seamless, affordable permit process. Sound stages, equipment and crew all here waiting for you. 30% NYS Film Incentive rebate.

Contact:
Nora Brown, Executive Director
Karl Goldsmith, Deputy Director

Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
45 East Avenue • Rochester, NY 14604
Phone: 585.279.8308 • Fax: 585.232.4822
www.filmrochester.org



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Nevada Film Office
Page 3: Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
Page 4: Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office • Virginia Film Office
Ca d’Zan at Ringling Estate  

Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office

Ca d’Zan at Ringling Estate

Amazing fully-period-restored 1920’s Venetian Gothic Mansion of John & Mable Ringling, rivaling Europe’s best! Add in a stunning, huge courtyard sculpted around the statue of David, an art museum to take your breath away, and you’ll be dazzled and enchanted, plus Sarasota County Florida’s UP-TO-100%-CASHREBATE incentive program is the icing on the cake. Call for all the details!

Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office
2601 Cattlemen Road, Ste 102
Sarasota, FL 34232
Phone: 888.765.5777 ext. 104
www.filmsarasota.com

Contact:
Jeanne D. Corcoran, Director - Sarasota County Film &
Entertainment Office


http://www.filmsarasota.com  

Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office

Venice Pier

NOT California, but Sarasota County Florida, home of the UP-TO-100% CASH REBATE incentive! Gorgeous sunsets into the pristine Gulf of Mexico crystal blue waters, over white “sugar sand” snowy soft beaches…with nearby jungle having a rope footbridge in the treetop canopy, a winding river through the jungle, and much more. Call for all the details!

Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office
2601 Cattlemen Road, Ste 102
Sarasota, FL 34232
Phone: 888.765.5777 ext. 104
www.filmsarasota.com

Contact:
Jeanne D. Corcoran, Director - Sarasota County Film &
Entertainment Office


Virginia Film Office  

 

Virginia Film Office

Free backlot. Period.

A period farm, wharf, earthworks and ships are surrounded by 3,000 acres of pristine riverfront land – 30 minutes from Richmond, and available without a location fee. Virginia’s historic backlot is the perfect location for historic or modern projects requiring authenticity and wide-open spaces.

Virginia Film Office
901 East Byrd Street • Richmond, VA 23219-4048
Phone: 800.854.6233
www.FilmVirginia.org