A: Film Clayton does not charge any permit fees; however, you must first complete an online Film Registration to give us an understanding of the scope of your filming needs. Film Clayton will assist you in determining what steps you will need to take prior to filming and what support we can provide. Keep in mind that if a location falls within one of Clayton County’s seven cities, permitting forms and fees may apply for that local government. We have a relationship with our cities and can provide information on any additional fees.
A: It varies, depending on the weather, but typically the leaves begin to change color here in Georgia in October. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has a “leaf watch” beginning each fall on their website.
A: An excellent source of information is the Georgia Film & Television Sourcebook, published by Oz Publishing. In addition, you may contact Film Clayton for information on local Clayton County businesses who specifically serve the film industry.