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Yosemite National Park Permits:

Scott Gediman
Assistant Superintendent for Public and Legislative affairs, Yosemite National Park
(209) 372-0248
Scott_gediman@nps.gov
P.O. Box 577
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389


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Sierra National Forest Permit Info:    

Sierra National Forest, Bass Lake Ranger District

Leak Pen, 
Assistant Recreation Officer
Forest Service
p: 559-877-2218 x3126
c: 559-290-0152
f: 559-877-3108
lpen02@fs.fed.us
57003 Road 225
North Fork, CA 93643
www.fs.fed.us

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Madera County permits:  

Rhonda Cargill, 
Clerk of the Board
Rhonda.Cargill@co.madera.ca.gov
559-675-7700
Fax 559-673-3302

Download Permit Application

Download Agreement


Film Partners:

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California Film Commission - The California Film Commission is your one-stop resource for film, TV, and commercial production across the Golden State. California is home to the entertainment industry … and for good reason. We have the best weather (315 days of sunshine), wildly diverse locations (from 840 miles of coastline to vast desert sand dunes), highly skilled crews and the best production infrastructure.

Our vast array of tools and resources will help you navigate all sorts of production issues, from work permits to on-set safety. Find links and contact info for relevant government agencies, industry associations, guilds and unions, production directories, entertainment job listings and more. Find useful charts for studio zones weather and college locations to name a few.

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FLICS - Film Liaisons in California Statewide - a Statewide professional association of Film Commissioners and offices dedicated to promoting filming throughout California and assisting productions with locations, permits, resources, and local knowledge - all at no charge!


California's Film & TV Tax Credit Program 2.0 and 3.0

The California Film Commission administers the Film & Television Tax Credit Program 2.0 which provides tax credits based on qualified expenditures for eligible productions that are produced in California. The $1.55 billion program runs for 5 years, with a sunset date of June 30, 2020. Each fiscal year – July 1 to June 30 – the $330-million funding is categorized in: TV Projects, Relocating TV, Indie Features, and Non-Indie Features.

Information on the 2.0 program:  http://film.ca.gov/tax-credit/the-basics-2-0/

Information on the 3.0 program beginning July 1, 2020: http://film.ca.gov/tax-credit/program-3-0/