The Oklahoma Film & Music Office is here to help you find the best Oklahoma locations for your project and to minimize red tape during each shooting day. In order for us to achieve this goal it is important that any production looking to shoot in Oklahoma follow a few simple steps.
Step 1: When considering Oklahoma as a filming location, fill out a Project Information Form. This form is for our records and will give us a better idea of your project so that we can best serve you moving forward. Along with this completed form, it is a good idea to send along any preliminary materials that may help in the pre-production process. Examples of these materials include locations breakdown and conceptual artwork or images.
Step 2: Once you decide on Oklahoma as a location for filming and draw nearer to principal photography, please fill out an Oklahoma Filming Permit. This form gathers all of the necessary information our office needs to begin assisting you in securing locations for filming. It is important that you be as clear and detailed as possible with the Oklahoma Film Permit so that we can streamline your permitting process.
Step 3: After the Project Information Form and the Oklahoma Filming Permit have been filled out and returned with all necessary documentation, the Oklahoma Film & Music Office will help you secure those locations that we can assist with, excluding private property negotiations. For general information on securing individual locations by category please see the appropriate tab on the left side of this page.