Atlanta is fast becoming a major center of the film industry. But our connection goes back a long time. Did you know that the first movie projector, the Phantoscope, invented by Charles Francis Jenkins in the early 1890's had its major premier at the 1895 Cotton States Exposition right here in Piedmont Park? Find out more about the Phantoscope
The Midtown Neighbors’ Association Filming Committee provides support, guidance and education to residents and location managers/producers when it comes to filming in our historic neighborhood and throughout Midtown. You can reach the MNA's Film Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dana Persons, Chair (404) 915-6233
Bruce Harlan, Elise Harris
Midtown Filming Committee Documents:
To support Atlanta's rapidly growing film, television and commercial production industry, the MNA has assembled our simple (and short) list of expectations for Midtown residents as they consider filming opportunities.
To help educate Midtown residents about movie and feature film production. This in depth guide provides lots of insight and suggestions as you consider your residence as a location.
MNA Film Producer Guidelines
To ensure a consistent and positive experience for all our neighbors, productions working in Midtown are expected to adhere to Midtown's Producer Guidelines. Please provide to any Producer, Location Scout or production representative who may be interested in featuring your residence.
NEED FILMING INFORMATION?
If you have questions or concerns with a particular shoot, please note that the Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment offers a 24-hour hotline for residents and businesses.
24/7 Hotline: 404.295.0630
For information on upcoming street closures, the city also posts on twitter @ATLFilmEnt, and has an Instagram account @ATLFilmEnt, as well as a facebook presence at AtlantaMOE. Both the Twitter and Facebook post traffic alerts when filming shuts down streets, lanes or sidewalks. Please follow those as well to make sure you are informed.
For upcoming Filming location information and road closures visit our News page