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ABOUT THIS MODULE

In most major cities, you're required to obtain a permit to be able to shoot on both public and private property.  This module will walk you through the permitting process, when one is required, how to get one, the costs involved and common traps associated with free permits.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 22:58 video that takes you through the permitting process
  • Illustrated companion guide
  • Sample Los Angeles permit application
  • Los Angeles Film Insurance Requirements
  • No Parking Survey
  • Street/Lane Closure forms

LEARN

  • What are permits
  • When is a permit required
  • Shooting guerilla without a permit
  • The difference between shooting on public and private property
  • Free permits and their hidden costs
  • How to use a permit on location
The videos are a big leap forward for contemporary classroom videos, utilizing clean greenscreen, working professionals and 16:9. The film is well-paced and will be a great addition to classroom instruction. It is designed and constructed in ways both interesting and accessible to student filmmakers. I hope to utilize the material in my classroom!”
 
   - Tom Dunphy, Orange-Ulster BOCES
 
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