Are you a property owner who is interested in listing your property to be film friendly and available for film, television and commercial production? The Utah Film Commission (UFC) has prepared some information about what property owners need to do to list a property in our Film Locations Database and what to expect when welcoming a production crew into their space.
Utah filming locations are an integral part of the local film industry and one of the biggest assets the state of Utah has to offer the motion picture industry. The Utah Film Commission is always looking for businesses and private residences interested in inviting film crews to use their space. First, take a look at our Film Locations Database available on our website to become familiar with other listed locations and how they are featured. Here’s an example of one of our property listings of a Utah residence.
Use the Utah Film Commission’s Location Submission Form to submit your property.
If you are not able to take photos, someone from the Utah Film Commission can photograph your property at a time most convenient to you. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject: “Potential Film Location” that includes the following information and we will coordinate further.
After you have submitted your location information to the Utah Film Commission, you will receive a confirmation email. Someone from our team will review and approve your listing to be included in the Film Locations Database.
We receive location requests from all types of productions; small local student-produced shorts to large studio-produced features, or productions with small budgets to blockbuster-sized budgets. When a production company or location scout requests additional information about your property, we will put them in touch with you directly. Please note, a homeowner is not obligated to accommodate all filming requests and site rental fees and availability will be negotiated between the production company and the homeowner.
For more information about photographing your property, completing the online Location Submission Form and what questions to discuss with a location scout or production company, please read our guidelines for How To List Your Property In The Film Locations Database.
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