West Virginia Film Partners
Film in West Virginia is a community industry. You’ll find our partners from the highest mountains to the deepest valleys; in quaint, storybook towns, within refurbished railway stations, across fields of wildflowers, and in eclectic, historic urban areas. Our county representatives include tourism, economic development and government offices, all with the expertise to help find your perfect location and navigate permit requirements.
Here are some partners and resources that have a proven track record for supporting West Virginia’s film industry:
WVACO Represents West Virginia’s elected county officials, the constitutional offices of county commissioners, county clerks, circuit clerks, sheriffs, assessors and prosecuting attorneys for West Virginia’s 55 counties.
SAG-AFTRA – Washington-Mid Atlantic
7735 Old Georgetown Road, Suite 950
Bethesda , Maryland 20814
The Archives Library of the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History
Culture Center, State Capitol Complex, Charleston
Phone West Virginia Archives and History: (304) 558-0230
The West Virginia Filmmakers Guild (WVFG) is a non-profit organization that helps filmmakers keep in touch with like-minded professionals for projects, general film information, as well as working to bring more film projects into West Virginia.
WVFG also offers workshops throughout the state by talented working professionals in the Entertainment Industry.
To contact WVFG, and for more information about membership and listing opportunities, visit their website or call:
Call (304) 404-3304
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)
In West Virginia: https://www.iatse.net/member-resources/local-union-directory
Motion Picture & Theatrical Trade Division
Contractors Association of WV
2114 Kanawha Blvd, E
Charleston, WV 25311
Phone: (304) 342-1166
West Virginia State Agencies
West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner (Workers’ Compensation)