Filming in LA Dropped 97% in 2nd Quarter From Same Time Last Year, FilmLA Reports

Latest report from L.A. film office surveys the damage that the coronavirus pandemic has taken on Hollywood

FilmLA’s latest quarterly report on filming in Los Angeles County shows the damage the coronavirus pandemic has done to Hollywood, reporting a near-total loss of shoot days as the industry was forced to shut down for much of the second quarter of 2020.

The report shows that overall production dropped to just 194 shoot days, representing a year-over-year drop of 97.8%. Local and state officials ordered all film shoots to cease on March 20, with FilmLA not reopening applications for on-location shooting until June 15.

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Jeremy Fuster

Box Office Reporter • • Twitter: @jeremyfuster