When planning to film on-location in Monterey County, you can find the help and the services you need here. Professional crew and support contacts listed are ready to roll.
Questions? Contact Film Commissioner, Karen Nordstrand, by phone 831-646-0910 (O) or Karen@FilmMonterey.org. After hours, contact Moira LaMountain by cell 310-801-3411.
Get a grip... or a production assistant... or many other talented crew members ready to get to work. You can easily search by categories.
Need to get some gear here? Or rent some studio space? Here are helpful options just a call away.
From hotels and drones to caterers and security, use this guide to businesses and professionals ready to provide support.
Things To Do
Whether you're looking for dining spots, a night on the town, shops, or don't-miss local attractions and experiences, here are some ideas.
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