Filming In Lancaster

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  • Welcome to Lancaster, Hollywood backlot with 90 square miles of terrain. Your vision is endless…

    Lancaster is a city in Southern California with a diverse landscape that offers filmmakers endless possibilities. From baseball stadiums to open roads, modern museums, and theaters, Lancaster has everything you need to bring your vision to life.

    We welcome all-size productions, from student films and commercials to your blockbuster feature films. Our experienced film office will assist you in acquiring the perfect location and navigating the permitting process.

    A few of Lancaster's most notable film projects from recent years include:

    • The Little Things
    • Honda Musical Road
    • Dog
    • Mayans MC
    • American Gigolo
    • Extreme Home Makeover
    • 911 Lone Star
    • Nike
    • Young Sheldon
    • Shooter
    • BMW
    • All American Homecoming
    • Loot
    • Space Force
    • Toyota
    • Tiësto & Charlie XCX music video

    The Lancaster Film Office is a proud member of prominent organizations such as FilmLA, The Association for Film Commissioners International (AFCI), Film Liaisons in California Statewide (flics), and Location Managers Guild International (LMGI).

    We look forward to making your next project in Lancaster a success!

Joshua Thomas
44933 fern Ave
Lancaster, CA 93534

Antelope Valley Film Office

Lancaster Film Liaison

661-317-8027 Mobile
661-723-5850 Office





FilmLA is the official film permit office for the City and Los Angeles County. FilmLA provides a streamlined one-stop source for all film permits issued in Palmdale city limits, as well as all permits for productions taking place anywhere in Los Angeles County. For more information, visit FilmLA or call the Production Department at 213-977-8600.


Antelope Valley Film Office (AVFO)

AVFO is a professional service organization founded and developed by Antelope Valley Film Commissioner Pauline East. The AVFO website is an excellent way to find film locations, crew members, and resources to help you with your production. Explore the AVFO website by visiting: