Armstrong State University in Savannah, Ga. offers a wide variety of locations for feature films, documentaries, student films, commercial photo shoots and other creative projects. The university’s 268-acre campus includes traditional and modern architecture as well as an expansive arboretum. For location fees and other information, please visit our website. For assistance with location requests at Armstrong State University, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 912.344.2894.
Thank you for your interest in utilizing the Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools facilities. In accordance with Board Policy EBH and EBH-R, the District encourages organizations considered educational, youth programs, civic/community service organizations, and private/for-profit companies to utilize the facilities. Please visit our website to submit a facility rental request.
For general questions or comments about using a District facility please contact the Facilities Management Department at (912) 395-3000 or email us at email@example.com
A Special Use Permit is required to conduct special events and activities at Fort Pulaski National Monument, such as commercial filming, photography, and Boy Scout & Girl Scout camping.
Certain special events are permitted on park grounds and inside the fort. However, no activity can interfere with the daily operation of the park or with the visiting public. No part of the fort or park grounds will be closed or reserved for such events.
All student permit applications must be accompanied by a description of the requisite project from the professor and the signed student confirmation form below.
Please fill out and return the required form to Fort Pulaski National Monument. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Special Use Permit Coordinator.
Special Use Permit Coordinator
Right-of-Way Permits for Movie & TV Production
A permit is required for all requested use of the right-of-way for film purposes. Permits are issued by District Traffic Operations section. If locations requested are in multiple Districts, a separate Permit must be issued for each District.
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