Filming in Mono County

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COVID-19 ALERT:  Unfortunately at this time, the Mono County Public Health Officer is not authorizing commercial film production to take place in the County due to the pandemic. For more information, please contact Mono County Film Commissioner Alicia Vennos at 760-709-1149 or avennos@mono.ca.gov.  We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to welcoming film production back to Mono County at the earliest and safest opportunity.  Thank you for your understanding.

Please visit http://www.filmmonocounty.com/ for our complete resource guide to filming in Mono County. 

California's Eastern Sierra offers the most unique and impressive landscapes in the world. If you're looking for roads winding through dramatic mountain backdrops, sparkling mountain lakes and waterfalls, authentic ghost towns, bubbling hot springs, or moon-like rock formations, search no further! It's here in Mono County!

 
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Mono County offers an abundance of natural landscapes for filming which include scenic roads, ranchland, lakes and rivers, alpine meadows, high desert landscapes, forests, and mountains. The county is also home to many photogenic villages and towns, a courthouse built in the late 1800’s, old churches and schoolhouses, Bodie State Historic Park - the nation’s largest unrestored ghost town – and Mono Lake’s other-wordly tufa formations.