PB Film

PB Film

PB Film

PB Film

PB Film
PB Film

West Palm Beach Weather:

  • 80.6 °F
  • Min 80
  • Max 84

MENU

  • West Palm Beach Weather:
  • 80.6 °F
  • Min 80 °F
  • Max 84 °F
PB Flim

Newsletter Articles

PRODUCTION TRENDS HEADING INTO 2022

COVID Safety - Volkswagen Set

As the Palm Beach County production community heads into the new year, reflecting on 2021, there have been many positive trends for the industry despite the continued challenges of the pandemic. Production industry professionals set an example for safety, health and accountability measures while getting back to business. While other major production epicenters were undergoing continuous shutdowns to slow the spread of COVID-19 in early 2021, Florida remained open for business while making health and safety a priority on set, and has continued to do so through the uncertainty of COVID variants and fluctuating case numbers. In the midst of new protocols and constant adjustments, The Palm Beaches’ reputation grew as a reliable, safe world-class production destination. What resulted was the second-most record breaking year for total permits issued since the Film Commission’s creation in 1989.


Wildlife Nation with Jeff Corwin

Production trends in 2021 continued to shine a light on Palm Beach County’s eco-tourism assets. Wide open natural areas created a safe space for commercials and photoshoots, while marine life superstars like sea turtles, sharks and goliath groupers drew television and documentary work in abundance from major networks. Resident celebrities like Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Venus & Serena Williams, and more brought their ad campaigns home to the variety of backdrops found here—from waterfront estates to the many sporting venues offered in the region. As 2022 begins, the Film Commission would like to thank local industry professionals for their diligence and adaptability to get cameras rolling again. Connect with us and find resources at pbfilm.com.

Michael Jordan & WNBA Stars for Nike