If you own a property (home, land, office building, hotel, restaurant, etc.) it could be used as a location in a film, TV show, commercial or music video.
Screen Tasmania is providing a place where you can upload photos and details of your Tasmanian property for display in our Locations Gallery. Please note:
- There is no charge for this service.
- Screen Tasmania reserves the right to not publish images or property listings at our discretion and not all property submissions will be published.
- Listing your property with Screen Tasmania does not place the property owner under any obligation to make that property available as a location.
- Property owners should assess any location proposal from a production company in terms of budget, when the property would be required, what the production company wants to do and the subject matter of the project. It is up to the owner to make the decision on whether to accept any proposals.
Frequently asked questions
What makes a good location?
- Remember to include wide shots of your property in relation to the surrounding area. Include both interior and exterior shots
- Please use landscape NOT portrait
- Consider the time of day and the suitability of the weather – and also remember that these photos are on a public website
- Please take your property’s security into account in deciding what to photograph.
What does being chosen as a location work?
- What sort of production is it?
- What’s the name of the production company and the title of the production?
- Does the producation have insurance to cover locations?
- Ask for the name of the contact at the production company – either the Location Manager or Production Manager.
- If chosen, when will the property be needed – including preparation days, shooting days/hours and pack-up days?
- Ask for a description of the use of your property and what scenes it will be used for (the producation's art department will usually do some work in and around your property before shooting and then ensure it is put back to its original state.
- Ask about the number of trucks and cars, and the size of the cast and crew.
- If your property is chosen, the production should offer a fee to cover your expenses and inconvenience.