Super Locations, Beyond Camera Ready – BETA

All counties in Georgia have been named camera ready by the state. One benefit is that each county has a liaison that can help directors, producers and location consultants navigate the region to find great filming spots.  Super Locations is a sponsored resource of Georgia Entertainment News that highlights specific locations, landmarks, counties and cities that go over and beyond to support filming efforts – Special concierge services, amenities, personal service, additional tax or financial incentives, etc.

If you would like to be included as a Super Location, please contact us

Augusta

Film Augusta is the Augusta film commission, providing services to filmmakers and those in the film industry that want to register their production with the City of Augusta. Film Augusta provides permit assistance, film registration assistance, a staff liaison to all public offices, location help and much more.

Who’s ready to make your next film project a success in Augusta?

Jennifer Bowen
Film Augusta
1010 Broad Street, Augusta, GA 30901
[email protected] (706) 724-4067

 

Columbus/Muscogee County

As a Georgia Camera Ready Community, Columbus can provide local, one-on-one assistance in every aspect of production, from location scouting and film permits to traffic control, catering and lodging. The Camera Ready designation means our Commission is ready to provide easier, faster, and better access to production resources and location information.

Who’s ready to make your next film project a success in Columbus?

Joel Slocumb
Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau
900 Front Avenue , Columbus, GA 31901
[email protected] (706) 256-0075

 

Douglas County

Did you know that over 700 movie and television productions have been filmed in Douglas County and Douglasville? The DC Film Trail is a self-guided tour of the various film locations through Douglas County. Visit filming sites used in your favorite television and movie productions, like The Hunger Games, Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, The Founder, and many more.

Who’s ready to make your next film project a success in Douglas County?

Collin Cash, Tourism Director
8512 Bowden Street
Douglasville, Georgia 30134
Phone: 678-838-3740
[email protected]

 

Savannah

The Savannah region boasts a wealth of locations including the nation’s largest historic district, an evergreen urban forest and unique and timeless coastal and rural settings. Being the first planned city in the U.S., Savannah has retained its original layout with 22 public squares, quaint brick streets, and an architectural timeline which dates back to 1733. A wealth of period locations easily double as 19th century U.S. or European cities, our marshes and swamps have played as Southeast Asia, and our picturesque beaches are some of the few easily accessible shorelines on the Georgia coast.

Who’s ready to make your next film project a success in Savannah?

Beth Nelson
Executive Director
Savannah Regional Film Commission
131 Hutchinson Island Road #101, Savannah, GA 31421
[email protected]

 

 

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