Commission Members
Michael W. Proscia, Chairman
Michael E. Uslan, Vice Chairman

Shelley Adler
Tom Bernard
John R. Bruno
Dr. Thomas M. Haveron
Stephen Moliver
David A. Smith

ex officio members
Elizabeth A. Mattson,
New Jersey State Council On The Arts
Contact Information
New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission
153 Halsey Street - 5th Floor
P.O. Box 47023
Newark, New Jersey 07101

Tel: 973-648-6279
Fax: 973-648-7350

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New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission

The New Jersey Motion Picture & Television Commission is staffed by industry professionals. The Commission enjoys the full support of the Governor's Office, and state and local governments.

The interest in filming here is at an all-time high for many reasons, including the state's location diversity, its proximity to New York and the professional support you'll receive from the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission. We are here to help. Whether you are still considering New Jersey or have already decided to shoot in our state, you'll get red carpet treatment.

Valuable information about filming in New Jersey is available here on our website. If you have further questions, just e-mail us or give us a call at 973-648-6279.

The Jersey Shore is Open

The Jersey Shore is open, beautiful, and still perfect for filmmakers. Some towns, such as Atlantic City and Wildwood, were not significantly impacted by Superstorm Sandy. Others, like Point Pleasant, have been restored to their full glory. Just follow the links below to see recently photographed images of beaches, boardwalks and streets in Atlantic, Monmouth, Ocean and Cape May Counties.

Filmed In New Jersey
Notices
REQUESTS FOR EMERGENT CHILD LABOR PERMITS MUST BE APPLIED FOR TWO WORKING DAYS IN ADVANCE OF SCHEDULED SHOOT DAYS.

Please note that the Department of Labor is no longer requiring Social Security numbers to process emergent permits.