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Atlantic City is a "˜Film Friendly Community," and because of that we've taken measures to ensure that your filmmaking process is a smooth, efficient, and enjoyable one.
Our 4 miles of white sandy beaches and Atlantic Ocean offers a variety of amazing looks - from our historic Steel Pier, America's first Boardwalk and 8 Casino Resorts to the back bays and marshes with all their flora and fauna. We allow cars and trucks on the beach and Boardwalk for driving shots, have ample free parking, and of course, we're the perfect spot to film a surf scene. But there's much more than just the beach and Boardwalk! We invite you to browse through the many locations available on our website; we think you'll be surprised by what you find!
The Atlantic City Film Office is proud to offer free assistance for productions working within the City. With an understanding of the filming process and a thorough knowledge of Atlantic City, we help productions take advantage of a City that has much to offer filmmakers.
The Fort Lee Film Commission can assist in location scouting, expediting police and parking requirements, and providing information on sites available for shooting. Fort Lee, NJ is the birthplace of the American film industry and the first American film town. Here studios such as Universal and Fox were born in the early 20th century. Fort Lee, NJ was the center of film production from 1908 trough WWI. Alice Guy Balche's, the first woman director in world cinema history, built her studio Solax here in 1912 and directed, produced and wrote hundreds of films here before women in America had the right to vote.
We can provide one stop shopping for any filmmaker, large or small, who wishes to use our varied locations, from the cliffs of Fort Lee's Palisades, birthplace of the Cliffhanger, to our residential streets and parks.
The Commission's location library is extraordinarily comprehensive, consisting of tens of thousand of photos depicting cities, towns and specific sites throughout New Jersey. This material can be viewed at the agency's office, or sent via e-mail or U.S. Mail.