The District of Columbia is a film-friendly city with the resources to support any size production. Explore the resources below for more information on filming in DC.
Explore the resources below for networking opportunities.
DC Film Alliance/DC Shorts
The DC Film Alliance (DCFA) serves and strengthens the media arts in the greater Washington DC region by bringing together filmmakers and the public to participate in diverse film, video, television and multimedia events.
Phone: (202) 393-4266
Email: [email protected]
Mid-Atlantic Production Services
We have also once again up with the Virginia Film Office and Oz Publishing's Maryland Film and Video Directory again to produce the 2016 - 2017 Mid-Atlantic Production Services Directory.
This directory extends our reach to the mid-atlantic region enabling DC residents to cast a wider net as they look to hire crew and production services for DC-based productions, or for job opportunities that may be in reach just a few miles outside of the District. The Mid-Atlantic Directory includes listings of pre-production resources, production staff and technical crew, producers and production companies, equipment and stages, post-production facilities, and support services.
Basic listings are available to freelancers, free of charge. Oz Publishing is currently accepting listings for DC residents for their 2017-2018 online directory.
Women in Film and Video of Washington, DC
Women in Film and Video (WIFV) of Washington, DC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the professional development and achievement for women working in all areas of film, television, video, multimedia and related disciplines.
Phone: (202) 429-9438
Television, Internet and Video Association of DC (TIVA-DC), a local not-for-profit (501(c)(3)) organization was formed to serve the needs of the growing Washington/Baltimore media production community. The mission of TIVA-DC is to connect the media production community to jobs, resources and educational opportunities in the National Capital region.