From experienced crews, knowledgeable and connected local production managers (LPMs), to rolling green hills and seemingly never-ending white powdery sandy beaches, the BVI can match any tropical storyboard you can imagine.
Known for our sunsets and sunrises that create "out of body" experiences, dive sites and underwater locations filled with ancient relics, naval wreckage and bright tropical fish, and handsomely weathered structures that have stood the test of time and witnessed over 200 years of history, there is no shortage of Nature’s Little Secrets to bring your project to life.
The BVI Film Commission was established over 25 years ago to facilitate and encourage film productions coming into the unique Caribbean country. Since then the entire country has embraced the film fraternity and warmly welcomes an increasing number of productions each year. Many such productions are repeat guests to the BVI, with crews that the native islanders have come to know personally by name.
The BVI Film Commission also acts as a liaison between film/photography producers and all relevant Government agencies, including the Customs, Labour and Immigration Departments, National Parks Trust and the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force.
For information on filming in the British Virgin Islands, please contact:
Clive McCoy, Acting Film Commissioner
BVI Tourist Board & Film Commission | P.O. Box 134 | Road Town | Tortola | British Virgin Islands | VG1110
Tel: (284) 494-4119 | Fax: (284) 494-8138 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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