Want to film in New Orleans? Start here. Film New Orleans acts as a liaison for all film and video projects working in the city. The City of New Orleans generates a blanket, free of charge film permit that is required to acquire all additional permits through other city agencies.
The central knowledge base for any film project. Each section represents a required step in the process of beginning a production in New Orleans.
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Details Louisiana’s tax incentive program. Find answers to your most common questions and understand part of what makes New Orleans such a film friendly city.
Find contact information for each of Louisiana’s three major production hubs: New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport.
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The history of film in New Orleans film is rich and extensive. Take a look at our filmography or a full listing of past projects or see Current Productions to find out what’s upcoming or filming now.
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One of the most difficult things about breaking in to the film industry is securing your first job. We outline steps to make the process easier.
Extras or ‘background actors’ are the people hired to fill out a set to make a scene more realistic. There are MANY opportunities to work as an extra throughout South Louisiana. All you need is some free time and initiative! We offer information on finding jobs as an extra, how to conduct yourself on set and some helpful rules of thumb.
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For the Local Community •• Filmed in New Orleans •• Filmography •• Faith of My Fathers
Release Date: July 1, 2005
The story of John McCain’s experience as a Vietnam War POW.