Palm Beach County, Florida
The Palm Beaches are known for some of the most beautiful, crystal clear waters on the planet. The vibrant colors of the reefs and sunken vessels have created a habitat for an enormous variety of undersea creatures creating an underwater world worthy of the attention it gets. The coastline in Palm Beach County is considered a top diving destination due to the nearly 70 dive sites that closely hug the coastline and the underwater kaleidoscope of color that opens on the ocean floor.
This world-class destination features a film-friendly community, year-round warm weather, diverse locations and discounted production space. PBC continues to attract high profile productions. Television shows that shot in PBC. include The Ultimate Diver Challenge, The Vanilla Ice Project on DIY Network, Four Weddings and Four Houses on TLC, Barrett-Jackson Car Auction on the SPEED Channel, The Today Show and The Biggest Loser on NBC, Nuestra Belleza Latina on Univision, Feherty on the Golf Channel, Tanked on Animal Planet, Made on MTV, Fish Tank Kings and Jobs That Bite on Nat Geo Wild, Nature’s Weirdest Events and Officially Amazing on the BBC, Toy Hunter on the Travel Channel, and House Hunters on HGTV among many others.
Palm Beach County also welcomed many fashion driven photo shoots for brands such as Adidas, Johnston and Murphy, Reebok, and Vera Bradley as well as catalog shoots for Lord & Taylor and Macy’s along with commercials for Braman Motorcars, Belk’s Department Store, Florida Power and Light and Tire Kingdom to name a few.
Several independent feature films utilized locations within Palm Beach County this past year. The producing teams of Hollow Creek, Hidden Assets, Widowsville, and My Father, Mi Padre took advantage of FREE, One-Stop Permitting. Additionally, producers flying in and out from Los Angeles had an easier time this year as American Airlines began daily, non-stop flights from PBI to LAX.
Palm Beach County’s popular locations include sandy beaches, lush green landscapes, and areas with that downtown city feel as well as cheats for Africa and the Mediterranean. PBC is registered as Florida’s Golf Capitol (SM) with over 160 public and private courses including the picturesque courses of PGA National Resort & Spa and Trump International. You will also find cities that are rich in diversity and home to warm, friendly people. For more information please contact the Palm Beach County Film & Television Commission at 800.845.FILM or pbfilm.com.
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