Local location shooting has remained busy during the pre-holiday period last week including the wrapping of Hilary Swank’s drama’s “You’re Not You.”
Offlot shoots hit 834 permitted days, up 1% over the same frame in 2012, according to figures disclosed Tuesday by the FilmL.A. permitting agency. That figure’s is well above average as producers typically gear up activity during mid-December before closing up for the holidays.
Alcon’s “You’re Not You” led feature activity with a dozen days, completing a 30-day shoot that took place entirely in Los Angeles. Movie included filming by director George C. Wolfe at Grand Central Market in downtown, Cheviot Hills. the Sherwood Country Club and two Fremont Place mansions.
Other features include “White Bird in a Blizzard,” “The Broken” and “Can I Get a Witness Protection.” Lakeshore/Sidney Kimmels’ “Walk of Shame” starrring Elizabeth Banks as a news anchor, begins Wednesday with shooting set for Hollywood and downtown, followed by a holiday hiatus and a re-start in January with plans to shoot 27 more days.
.TV posted an active week, led by sitcoms “Raising Hope” and “The Next.” Commercials posted an active week with 281 days.