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How to List Your Georgia Home as a Film Location

Georgia Film Locations

Here's how you can list your Georgia home, property or business as a film location.

Georgia's film industry is booming. With over 30 movies and TV shows filming at a time, on average, in Georgia, producers are constantly looking for film locations to serve as their backdrop for their multi-million dollar productions. One way you can tap into the Georgia film industry is by adding your property as a film location. It is a great way to get compensated and showoff your beautiful home. So, do you have a beautiful Atlanta condo overlooking Piedmont park? How about a fantastic mansion off of Paces Ferry Road? Or, a tiny apartment in East Point, Georgia? Well, did you know you can list your property as a film location? Here's how! Atlanta Braves

How to List Your Georgia Home as a Film Location

According to Georgia Film Commission, you can list your home or property as a film location for some of the biggest movies and TV shows filming in Georgia. If you would like your Georgia home, business or property considered, all you have to do is send digital photos via their location submission form. Staff will review your photos and, if approved, your property will be added to their location photo database.   Here are some of their guidelines:
  1. Locations submitted with just one photo will not be accepted.  Send as many photos per location as you can.  You will not be able to edit your listing once submitted, so please submit all photos at one time.
  1. If submitting a home, business or other building, include interior and exterior shots. If interior shooting is not allowed, please make note of this in the “usage restriction” field.
  1. You must be the actual owner of the property, or have the authority to approve filming, to submit photos to our database.
  1. All submitted locations are for potential use as shooting locations. If you want to list the property for lodging, please visit our Reel-Crew production directory and submit the property, or contact a housing coordinator listed in the directory.
  1. Do not include photos shot in inclement weather (snow, fog, rain, etc.).
  1. Staged photos highlighting people, pets or objects may not be accepted. Headshots are not accepted.
  1. Do not submit video clips, renderings, or brochures – just photos of the actual locations.
  1. If the property is due to be sold or drastically remodeled in the very near future, please wait to submit photos until the property is in its “final” condition.
  1. Submit large, monitor quality photos and shoot wide where possible so we can see detail. Photos that are too small will not sell your location.
  1. Make sure all photos are properly rotated.
  1. Submitted locations with no attached photos will not be accepted. Typically if we do not receive the images, the file size is too big. Here are some suggested sizing guidelines:
  • 144-150 dpi
  • File size between 200KB – 1 MB
  • JPEG compression = 7 good quality
  • 1280 X 1024 resolution
  • Physical photo size: 8.5″ X 11″

For more information and how to submit your property, click here.

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