Greetings and welcome to the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission’s new web site! Brimming with new features and up-to-date information, we invite you to come in and look around to get a peek at what Memphis & Shelby County have to offer film productions of all sizes. Take a minute to browse our location library in Reel-Scout, check out our diverse production guide, or get a taste of productions that have shot here and utilized our crew base over at Film Memphis TV!
The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission, like other publicly-funded film commissions in the U.S.A., works only with funded productions and does not assist producers in securing funding for projects.
The Film Commission's Website makes available hiring/casting information from third parties. This information is to be used as general information only. Although such information is believed to be generally reliable, the posting of the information on the commission website does not constitute an endorsement, recommendation, or solicitation from the Commission. Nor does the Posting imply any assurance regarding the accuracy of the information, the funding of the project, the completion of the project, or the payment to crew/vendors/cast.
How great to have part of the Cinemax TV series "Quarry" in Memphis. Almost every episode will have "real" not "reel" Memphis scenes. Here's to their return for Season 2 -- hopefully with more filming days -- and many, many other great future projects that will be Memphis and Shelby County-based!
Photo taken Monday night on the Memphis set of the HBO produced Cinemax TV series, "Quarry." Our gracious and hospitable and happy-to-be-in-Memphis hosts: center left: Co-Executive Producer George W. Perkins. Center right: Producer/ Unit Production Manager Joe Incaprera. Far left: Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commissioner Linn Sitler. Far right: the fabulous Deputy Film Commissioner/ Project Specialist Sharon Fox O'Guin. Thanks all around to "Quarry," HBO, Cinemax, state, City, County officials who helped make Memphis shoot possible. And of course our great local crew, cast, vendors, locations-- and both the Tennessee Film, Entertainment & Music Commission and The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission. Whew! And this is just the beginning!! Great job, everyone! Big thanks!!
TV crews will be filming Downtown, in Midtown, and in South Memphis later this week and in the beginning of next week. The production sites will be closed to the public. Various streets will be closed temporarily and on-street parking spots will be reserved for production vehicles for a television production that is a client of The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission and The Tennessee Film, Entertainment and Music Commission. Please avoid these areas and observe ”No Parking" signs on these streets that may be in effect other than the times listed.
Street closing schedule:
THURSDAY, July 30
6 a.m. – 1 a.m.: G.E. Patterson from Front to Second
SATURDAY, August 1
6 a.m. – 10 a.m.: E. McLemore from Neptune to Cummings
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.: Willie Mitchell from Trigg to Olive
4 p.m. – 9 p.m.: Court at 3rd
SUNDAY, August 2
8 a.m. – Noon: Poplar from Front to Main
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.: Second from Jefferson to Union
2 p.m. – 9 p.m.: Union from Riverside to Second
7 p.m. – midnight: Monroe at Danny Thomas
MONDAY, August 3
7 p.m. – 4 a.m.: Poplar from Angelus to N. Evergreen
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