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Locations Gallery - 2

Page 1: Amarillo Film Commission • DC Office of Motion Picture and Television DevelopmentMississippi Film Office
Page 2:
Nevada Film Office
Page 3: Rochester/Finger Lakes Film & Video Office
Page 4: Sarasota County Film & Entertainment Office • Virginia Film Office
Valley of Fire Nevada location  

Nevada Film Office

Valley of Fire

Valley of Fire is the oldest state park in Nevada and was designated a scenic byway and a national natural landmark. It covers 42,000 acres at an elevation between 2,000–2,600 feet and features brilliant colored sandstone more than 150 million years old. Film Incentives coming January 2014.

Nevada Film Office
6655 West Sahara Ave., Suite C-106 • Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: 702.486.2711 • Fax: 702.486.2712
nevadafilm.com

Contact: Brian O’Hare, Locations Coordinator


Reno Arch Nevada   Nevada Film Office

Reno Arch

The iconic Reno Arch has been greeting visitors along Virginia Street since 1927. A contest to come up with a slogan for the arch with the winning phrase “The Biggest Little City in the World” is still branded on the arch to this day. Film Incentives coming January 2014.

Nevada Film Office
6655 West Sahara Ave., Suite C-106 • Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: 702.486.2711 • Fax: 702.486.2712
nevadafilm.com

Contact: Brian O’Hare, Locations Coordinator


Elkp Nevada   Nevada Film Office

Elko

Elko has been called "the last real cow town in the American West.” Discovered in 1868, the town is home to the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and the National Basque Festival. Residents consist of cowboys, sheepherders, miners, railroad men and a large Basque community. Film Incentives coming January 2014.

Nevada Film Office
6655 West Sahara Ave., Suite C-106 • Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: 702.486.2711 • Fax: 702.486.2712
nevadafilm.com

Contact: Brian O’Hare, Locations Coordinator