12 productions filming in the Santa Clarita Valley this week

This week, the City of Santa Clarita Film Office unveiled the 12 film productions underway in the Santa Clarita Valley.

The Santa Clarita Film Bureau this week released a list of film productions running Monday, March 7 through Sunday, March 13.

“Santa Clarita has a rich history of film production and filming, and we’re thrilled to see the numbers rebound from the pandemic shutdowns,” Mayor Laurene Weste said in a previous KHTS post. “Filming provides thousands of jobs locally and supports every segment of our local economy.

See related: The city of Santa Clarita announces a year of successful filming in 2021

The list of current film productions includes the following:

  • Perry Mason (TV show)
  • The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (TV show)
  • The Talk (TV show)
  • SWAT (TV show)
  • The Old Man (TV show)
  • Blindspotting (TV show)
  • Laundress (feature)
  • The Waiting Death (feature film)
  • pretend (student)
  • House for the holidays (student)
  • Etsy (shopping)
  • MLBB (internet/web)

Last year, the Santa Clarita Film Office reported 570 filming permits and 1,505 outdoor filming days, generating an estimated $37.6 million in economic impact for the community, according to city officials.

That represents a 62% increase in permits, a 42.6% increase in filming days and a 40.8% increase in estimated economic impact from 2020, city officials said.

For more information on the Santa Clarita Film Office, as well as productions currently filming in the city, click here.

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