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FilmLA Explains Why It Quickly Rescinded New Limits On After-Hours Filming In Los Angeles - Update The org reports that the advertising sector of still photography and commercials remains the most notable with a 44% share of local permit requests. TV production is next at 25%. “The expected October pick-up in scripted television production did occur; local Reality TV production (6 percent of requests) was eclipsed by TV Drama production (10 percent of requests) for the first time since June,” says FilmLA. However, feature film production only reps 4% of permit activity. Those movies include  MGM’s Paul Thomas Anderson directed ’70s movie Soggy Bottom, Warner Bros.’ their website Will Smith movie King Richard and Dog starring Channing Tatum. “As Los Angeles welcomes more episodic series and feature films back to production, we are grateful to local producers, crew and vendors for their adherence to safe filming practices,” observed FilmLA President Paul Audley. “To push past our current production plateau with full community support, we need to continue to focus on keeping our workplaces safe.” Those broadcast and cable dramas and sitcoms shooting in the month of October include NCIS LA (CBS), The Rookie (ABC), Mayans MC (FX), Animal Kingdom (TNT), and Shameless (Showtime). Selected streaming series include Dear White People (Netflix), Big Shot (Disney+), Made for Love (HBO Max) and Rutherford Falls (Peacock). Reality TV and game shows that filmed in October include American Idol (ABC), Dancing with the Stars (ABC), Shahs of Sunset (Bravo!), Selena + Chef (HBO Max), House Hunters (HGTV),and Lucky Dog (CBS).

https://deadline.com/2020/11/filmla-production-film-tv-permits-coronavirus-1234612316/

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