Los Angeles Filming Locations
The essential Los Angeles film was released 45 years ago today.
The 1980s B-movie "Night of the Comet" captures an empty city.
The classic time travel movie was shot all around Los Angeles.
The director recreated 1960s Los Angeles in spectacular detail.
The sci-fi masterpiece got a few things right about LA in 2019.
For the set of In a Lonely Place, director Nicholas Ray recreated one of his first Hollywood homes.
Raymond Chandler cemented the Bryson Apartment Hotel’s legacy.
The arrival of new media giants like Amazon are cementing Culver City as a center of entertainment.
The NBC series is set in Pittsburgh and New York—but it’s filmed in LA.
The Studio City house is now a replica of the original TV set design.
For those who didn’t grow up here, Point Break is the ultimate cinematic expression of the Los Angeles experience.
The Northern California-set show used this LA beach house as a filming location.
The Biggest Little Farm is heartfelt and visually stunning.
The midcentury modern neighborhood built by Joseph Eichler has a starring role.
The Amazon series is inextricably linked with the city.
After languishing for years, the opulent old firehouse, which appeared in Ghostbusters, is about to make a comeback.
The Western movie set might be up and running again in two years.
The network plans to "restore it to its 1970s glory."
The production of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood recreated the old theaters and storefronts with astonishing detail.
Designed by Paul R. Williams in 1938, the gorgeous time capsule is on the market for the first time in more than six decades.
Filmmakers love to destroy LA.
It’s being marketed as a development opportunity
Ava DuVernay brought the book to life in historically underrepresented South LA neighborhoods
A slew of iconic films were filmed at John Marshall High School, from Pretty in Pink to Grease.
Legend has it a ghost told the building’s architect to take the job.