Travel Updates: Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida has affected St. Tammany Parish. Follow STPGOV on Facebook and Twitter for updates. Louisiana is in Phase 3 of the White House reopening strategy. All persons age 5 and up are recommended to wear masks indoors, and outdoors when 6 ft. social distancing is not possible. Call before you go!

Travel Updates: Hurricane Ida
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St. Tammany Film Commission

Our varied locations, historic districts and diverse architectural styles are among the reasons Louisiana's Northshore is the perfect locale for your next film production. We offer full-service assistance including location scouting, permitting assistance, accommodations, industry contacts and workforce development. And, Louisiana's beneficial tax incentives just help sweeten the deal.

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Film Productions in
St. Tammany Parish

From 1956 to Present
Geostorm (The) Highwaymen
99 Homes Hot Pursuit
American Ultra James Patterson's Zoo (CBS)
Astronaut Wives Club Kingfish: A Huey P. Long Story
NCIS: New Orleans Season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (The) Lucky One (Nicholas Sparks)
Bad Moms Joe Dirt 2
(The) Best of Me (Nicholas Sparks) Midnight Special
(The) Beyond Miller's Crossing
(The) Big Short Our Brand is Crisis
Claws (TNT) Pregnancy Pact (Lifetime)
(The) Curious Case of Benjamin Button Semper Fi
Dead Man Walking Terminator Genius
(The) Free State of Jones Tremé (HBO)
(The) Green Book Trumbo

This is just a snapshot of the full list of productions filmed here in St. Tammany Parish. Visit Ed & Susan Poole's website for a more detailed list

St. Tammany locations feature:

  • Ancient cypress swamplands and bottomland forests
  • Charming small towns with walkable historic districts
  • A variety of architectural style buildings and homes
  • Numerous outdoor festivals, concerts and arts events
  • Beautiful waterfront views, from upscale and casual restaurants to docks, piers and sandy beaches
  • Various waterways including lakes, rivers, ponds, bayous and streams
  • Rolling hill country with horse ranches and farms 
  • Scenic byways with towering pines, flowering bushes and vines, and the largest, oldest, moss-draped live oaks in the world.

Follow the Louisiana Film Trail through its motion picture hits.

Add your film-friendly home or business—a free listing for productions to more easily find you.

Call (800) 634-9443 or email