Which Way to the Set? Film Shoots by the Numbers, from California to Canada and the U.K.

By Bryant Frazer

This week, the nonprofit film-permit office Film L.A. released its annual feature-film production study, tracking locations used for production and post of 109 U.S. theatrical releases by the six major Hollywood studios (Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, Paramount, Sony and 20th Century Fox) and six of the “mini-majors” — Dreamworks, Lionsgate/Summit, The Weinstein Co., CBS, and Blumhouse. The numbers map out trends in film across the U.S. and internationally, showing how productions react to tax credits and other incentives for shooting or doing VFX in a given state or country.

You can download the full report online.


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