The center of the studio zone is located at the southeast corner of Beverly and La Cienega in Los Angeles, California.
The CFC does not administer the 30-Mile Studio Zone boundaries. For information on where exactly the studio zone falls within any given jurisdiction please consult the original map as well as specific union agreements.
Additional Locations Include:
The following locations that lie outside the 30-mile radius boundary are generally recognized as being within the 30-Mile Studio Zone: Agua Dulce, Castaic (including Castaic Lake), Leo Carrillo State Beach, Ontario International Airport, Piru, Pomona (including the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds) and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Ranch property. These location contacts and fees are displayed on pages 32-34 of the main 30-Mile Studio Zone Chart.
Note: these additional inclusions are not subject to the special rules for the Secondary Studio Zone.
Check the applicable collective bargaining agreement(s) to determine the scope of the Los Angeles Studio Zone.
Use the zone chart to find contacts and information for the hundreds of City, County, State, and Federal government offices issuing film permits in the greater Los Angeles region of Southern California.
The studio zone is a 30 mile radius used by union film projects to determine per diem rates and driving distances for crew members. In San Francisco, the 30 mile zone is measured from Powell Street @ Market or from the location of the production office.
The San Francisco Film Commission does not administer the 30-Mile Studio Zone boundaries. For information on where exactly the studio zone falls within any given jurisdiction please consult the map as well as specific union agreements.