While I hope you enjoy my content and photos, there is a whole community of location hunters, many of whom have their own amazing content. Here are some links to websites worth checking out.
These sites are run by a variety of location hunters all over the world, and everyone has a passion for this. Some links focus on a particular movie or city, while others share a whole variety of locations.
As a community, a lot of us are in contact and we share locations, ideas, and even help each other find locations. Some of us spend a great deal of time and energy finding these locations, and I love to see that others have such much passion for this hobby.
There are a few other links that you may find interesting, including some film companies and a Broadway Tour as well.
Filming Location Links
Andrea is from Germany, and has been published in many articles regarding her film locations. Her site is in German, but Google translate does a good job of letting you read her blog.
Marina is a 3D designer and architect, and has created some 3D tours of fictional movie and TV homes. It’s a great site that I highly recommend.
Great site featuring some of the latest news and locations available.
Brian runs a great site featuring his visits to many filming locations.
A great list of The Sound of Music locations.
Lindsay lives in Southern California and is on top of everything! She also writes for Dirt.com.
A great site with a big variety of filming locations to explore.
Website featuring filming locations and other pop culture spots in the Los Angeles area.
Great guide to Hollywood locations and attractions.
A good site of filming locations, including lots of great horror film spots.
Filming locations, focusing on the cities of Chicago and Los Angeles.
A great site with lots of info on locations from Jurassic Park.
Great site with details on where current productions are filming.
Mike has an awesome site, focusing on all things pop-culture.
Excellent site featuring filming locations across the US.
Solving the mystery of the Addams Family house, this site does an excellent job of detailing not just the location of the house, but the history as well.
Filming Locations in New York City.
Film Location comparisons with a focus on horror.
Here is an excellent list of where BTTF was filmed, courtesy of curbed.com
Details of the Wonder Years series, including locations.
A site featuring filming locations around Greece.
Leslie is one of the best location hunters out there. She’s got a great YouTube channel with videos of all sorts of filming locations, including some exclusives! Definitely worth checking out!
Rayen has been putting out some cool and unique content on social media for a while, and has recently started together some great vlogs. Be sure to check out his stuff, and you may even spot me in a couple of his videos.
Scott is your YouTube pop culture tour guide, taking you on adventures to explore filming locations, cemeteries, and lots of cool pop culture spots.
Adam produces some great YouTube content. In addition to filming locations, check out his great videos about Disney and other theme parks.
Another awesome YouTube channel to check out, Brian produces some really great videos. His use of drones give a really unique and beautiful views of the locations he visits.
Mary is newer to the filming location scene, but it making a big impact on social media and on YouTube. Check out some of her visits to some classic filming locations.
While he doesn’t focus on filming locations, any horror fans should check out this YouTube Channel. You’ll find some pretty cool interviews with some horror legends.
Entertainment Industry Links
Film Company of Tommy Avallone, who produced documentaries like Ghostheads and The Bill Murray Stories.
The official website for the film office for Ottawa, my hometown. Ottawa has recently become a big filming destination due to the variety of locations. The site has information about the program of building a soundstage studio to support the industry.
Excellent history of the Columbia Ranch, now known as the Warner Brothers Ranch.
Great site about production studios around the world.
Walking tours of Broadway history, including theatres seen in films.