A bump in television production drove an overall increase in off-lot filming from this time last year, with total shooting days for commercial, television and film increasing 6% from 470 to 499.
According to figures provided by the FilmL.A. permitting agency, feature production decreased to 113 days, down 6 days from 2010. Television increased 41% from 213 to 300 days.
Commercial production days reached 86, down 38% from last year’s total of 138.
This week’s numbers represent a slight decrease from last week’s total of 520 off-lot production days.
While features increased by 25 days, television decreased by 31 days. “How Do I Look” led television production shoots for the third week in a row with 22 days while drama “Wilfred” took second place with 14 days.
“Nobody Walks” led features with nine days while a Subaru commercial led this week’s spots with 11 days.