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State Film Commissions Guide: Wyoming

By Indiewire | Indiewire July 15, 2013 at 12:45PM

State Film Commissions Guide: Wyoming
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Wyoming State Film Commission Main Street Sheridan Wyoming
What are some of the greatest financial perks of filming in your state? Our Film Industry Financial Incentive is certainly helpful. It's a 12% - 15% cash rebate program, and full details are available under the "Incentives" tab at www.filmwyoming.com

Other than that, Wyoming is noted for its low cost of living and low taxes.


What are some of the locations in your state that filmmakers should know about? Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are the big draw, but our many ranches are ideal for filming. Terrain of all types is available in the cowboy state, including canyons, badlands, grasslands, and mountains. And on many ranches, you get all of the above while dealing with a single private landowner.

Otherwise our scenic roads are ideal for automotive shoots, and our long winter season makes out-of-season snow shoots possible.



What can you tell us about talented labor in your state? Do you have robust union representation? Wyoming is a right to work state.


What are some of the recent productions that produced films in your state? "Modern Family," "Django Unchained,"
"Nebraska"

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Wyoming State Film Commission

How many productions shot in your state last year? 96


What should filmmakers do if they're interested in shooting a film in your state? Who should they contact if they have more questions? Just give us a call at the State Film Office: (307) 777-3400, info@filmwyoming.com



Interested in the incentives offered by other state film commissions? Check out Indiewire's full guide to state film commissions HERE.


This article is related to: Filmmaker Toolkit, State Film Commissions Guide







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