Filming in Government Owned Buildings
Need a classic, distinct building for a movie or television show? Perhaps you'd like to get in on the action and use one or more of our Government-owned buildings in your next project. Federal buildings are located in cities of all sizes across the country and filming in the South is very popular right now. If you are interested, give us a call and we can help arrange it. Here's a link to our regional catalog of available facilities and associated points of contact: Listing of Buildings Available for Film in the Southeast Sunbelt Region
Filming in Historic Buildings
We want to encourage the use of our historic buildings in film and television productions, to showcase and support this legacy by creating opportunities for the public to experience these buildings through film. All revenue earned through this program is reinvested in our historic inventory helping to fund important conservation and rehabilitation projects not otherwise possible. Filming and other special event space rentals help support federal preservation goals by generating revenue to keep historic federal buildings occupied, in good repair, and economically viable while contributing to their use and enjoyment by the public. Using these locations goes a long way in promoting, protecting, and preserving these national treasures.
Arranging filming is easy. Take a look at our full building list and contact the appropriate building manager with questions.
Spotlight on Georgia Facilities
This quarter we are especially highlighting our marvelous buildings in Georgia, particularly those in Atlanta and Savannah. See below for some details on our best features, and give us a call to arrange for further discussion.
|Building Name||City/State||Arch. Style/Year Constructed||Point of Contact|
|U.S. Post Office and Courthouse||Athens, Georgia||Stripped Classicalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building||Atlanta, Georgia||Starved Classicismemail@example.com|
|Elbert Parr Tuttle Court of Appeals||Atlanta, Georgia||Second Renaissance Revivalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|U.S. Courthouse||Augusta, Georgia||Renaissance Revivalemail@example.com|
|U.S. Post Office and Courthouse||Columbus, Georgia||Second Renaissance Revivalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|John C. Godbold Federal Building||Atlanta, Georgia||Beaux Artsemail@example.com|
|J. Roy Rowland U.S. Courthouse||Dublin, Georgia||Neo-Classicalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse||Gainesville, Georgia||Classical Revival/1910, email@example.com|
|William Augustus Bootle Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse||Macon, Georgia||Greek Revival/1905, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|U.S. Custom House||Savannah, Georgia||Greek Revivalemail@example.com|
|Tomochichi Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse||Savannah, Georgia||Second Renaissance Revival/1899, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Frank M. Scarlett Federal Building||Brunswick, Georgia||Modernismemail@example.com|
|Gnann House||Plains, Georgia||Craftsmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Our Regional Historic Preservation Officer (RHPO), Audrey Entorf, will review any proposed uses and alterations to historic buildings (see contact info at right). If you'd like to learn more about filming in our historic buildings and the process as it relates to the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), please peruse our summary.