Filming a movie? Shooting an ad concept? Producing a television show? Okaloosa County film locations feature a diverse range of scenes for your project. Airports, farms, military bases, and schools are all fair game. So, let your imagination run wild!
A large military presence carries a lot of weight when it comes to film production in Okaloosa County. The Doolittle Raider’s practice runs, and other scenes, were shot at Eglin Air Force Base in 1944 for the film “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo.”
Additionally, “Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon” was filmed at Hurlburt Field and Northwest Florida Regional Airport to great local fanfare.
Mattie Kelly Arts Center has an intimate theatre venue with immense possibility. And Northwest Florida State College has an indoor sports arena perfect for capturing action packed shots.
You could let North Okaloosa Medical Center take center stage for the next binge-worthy medical drama.
The Emerald Coast Film Commission is happy to help you find the perfect location for your next production. We’ve assembled a gallery of all the best in Okaloosa County film locations. Feel free to browse and plan out your scenes.
Looking for talent? Assembling a film crew? In need of equipment? The film commission can assist with those, too! Once you’ve finalized your decision to film in Okaloosa County, simply fill out the permitting form and let us assist with bringing your vision to life.