Welcome to the Office of Entertainment for the City of Atlanta!

Your Resource for Filmmaking and Production in Atlanta

Flash News

Attention Filmmakers: On-location filming is now open in the Greater Atlanta region. Via COVID-19, it is advised that before filming commences, all production personnel become familiar with potential risks and strategic measures for filming. For the latest information, please see our COVID-19 Georgia best practices  guideline below.

  • The Georgia governor’s office on Friday said that 75 film and TV productions are set to shoot there over the next 18 months, as the state looks to emphasize that it is open for business...

  • Established by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, the creATL Relief Fund facilitates private philanthropic grants to the independent creative industry workforce engaged in creative industries and entertainment....

  • Georgia lawmakers came closer Thursday to tighter oversight of tax breaks for television and film production, even as they proposed other new incentives for businesses....

Supporting the Industry in Atlanta

The Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Film and Entertainment exists to support the city’s rapidly expanding film and television business.

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Since 2017, 320 films and television shows have been filmed in Atlanta and throughout Georgia, making it a top location for filmmakers, producers and other creatives.

Need A Permit?

Thank you for filming in Atlanta! If you’re working on a feature film, television show, commercial or something else, we’re here to help speed you on the way to production.

Contact Us

The Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment is open from 7am to 7pm, Monday through Friday. All calls received after normal business hours will be returned within 24 business hours.

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