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Amarillo Film Commission  

Amarillo Film Commission

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Considered the second largest canyon in the U.S. and one of its most magnificent scenic attractions. More than 30,000 acres display extraordinary vistas of color and beauty. Today visitors appreciate the fact that they can drive 800 feet down to the bottom of the canyon.

Amarillo Film Commission
1000 S PolkAmarillo, TX 79101
Phone: 806-342-2012Fax: 806-342-2061

Contact: Jutta Matalka, Director Tourism/Film

DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development  

DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development

U.S. Capitol – District of Columbia

Of all of the capitals in the world, Washington, DC is one of the most exciting for filmmakers, combining global landmarks with diverse and unique neighborhoods. Nothing says Washington like the U.S. Capitol. Let Washington, DC play the “silent star” in your next production.

DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development
200 I Street SE • Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 202.727.6608Fax: 202.727.3246

Crystal Palmer, Director
Tim Czakoczi, Production Support

Jackson, Mississippi

Mississippi Film Office
P.O. Box 849 • Jackson, MS 39205
Phone: 601.359.3297 • Fax: 601.359.5048

Contact: Ward Emling, Manager


Jackson, Mississippi

Jackson, Mississippi

While Mississippi has a spectrum of small towns: from vibrant town squares to sleepy railroad towns to the most curious intersections, and landscapes: from the endless Mississippi Delta to rivers wide and lazy to the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Coast…don’t forget the cosmopolitan, culinary, and entertainment richness of Jackson: the center of government, industry, and enterprise…and the place Conde Nast Traveler called one of America’s Top Ten Friendliest Cities and the NY Times recently invited you to spend 36 Hours.