There’s been a tremendous amount of careful thought put into how the film and television production industry returns to work in this unprecedented time. Across the industry, companies, unions, professional organizations and others have implemented the best safety measures.
Our commitment is to keep the safety of our employees, clients, and everyone on the EUE/Screen Gems lots our No. 1 priority. We’ve revised our operational procedures to follow the most up-to-date coronavirus CDC workplace guidelines, trained employees and made improvements to our physical facilities. You’ll find our employees wearing masks, practicing social distancing, and in every way putting safety first.
We’re committed to helping our clients successfully navigate this new environment.
In vacation mode? Our EUE/Screen Gems Film Tours at our Wilmington, NC studios are on hiatus right now. However, you can still find plenty of film sites near our studios where productions have worked their movie magic–both in Wilmington, NC and Atlanta. Read on to find “local” spots, film tours and insider shots to feed your Instagram.
“One Tree Hill,” “Iron Man 3,” “Sleepy Hollow,” “Under the Dome” and 400 other productions have filmed in the Wilmington, NC area and at our studios. Places to visit include…
Wilmington, NC and North Carolina film travel sites
4. North Carolina Tourism offers travel itineraries that touch on Wilmington’s film heritage and guide you to shooting destinations across the state. Choose from the three-day coastal Nicholas Sparks Tour, the five-day Bull Durham to the Blue Ridge Parkway Tour or Go Behind the Scenes of the Hunger Games.
For Our Georgia Film Fans
Although we don’t host film tours at our Atlanta studios, you can still find lots to see and do nearby. Visit Tour Georgia Film for a list of film tours and travel itineraries in the Atlanta area. We especially like the offerings on this list which includes a stop at the Atlanta History Center. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Parts 1 & 2 were based at our Atlanta studios. The Swan House, below, was used as President Snow’s mansion in those productions.
You’ll also find offerings in Atlanta and cities across Georgia. Consider ordering or downloading the FREE Georgia Travel Guide to help plan your visit.
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