WELCOME and thank you for considering a visit… Information within is about on-location film production and commercial photography in Nebraska and western Iowa.
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There are MANY locations available throughout this very large State. Most you are already assuming (gotcha) but there are plenty of surprises too.Location scouting on any given project is unique. Elements include: vision, budget, size of crew, logistics, travel, schedule, etc. *Happy to help with answers. If your project is green-lit and fast-tracked—reach out ASAP for fast answers NebraskaLocation@gmail.com* All location information here is based on professional filmmaking and commercial photography. These processes encourage standards as permission to shoot on private property, location fees, insurance, safety, and legal logistics.
Site curated by Jamie Vesay, experienced Locations Scout/Manager and often Creative Producer. An industry professional for 25 years.
A taste of the Nebraska landscape from the AIR.
Stock footage Produced by Skyworks for Nebraska Tourism, NET, and Nebraska Game & Parks. Permission from Skyworks August 2013.
Omaha is the largest city in Nebraska and the hub for most production activity in the State. From a Locations perspective, it offers many diverse looks from downtown city, neighborhoods, classic and modern architecture, and green space (in non-winter months).
Most of the experienced crew, production support, and production-related vendors can be found here. The airport is ten minutes from downtown. The local police and public works departments are supportive to filmmaking.Omaha is growing. Check with your location or production contact for CURRENT construction or past destruction.
Here is a video from the Greater Omaha Chamber that will show you a broad stroke of the looks of Omaha.
See more videos of Omaha, the people who live and work here, and how proud they are of their city at the Omaha Chamber’s video page.
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