How to contact the WV Film Office
The West Virginia Film office requested that we share the following information:
For Content Producers
Locations, Locations, Locations: We have nearly 5,000 unique sites listed in our Locations Directory, Click here to peruse those https://wv.reel-scout.com/loc_results.aspx
Log Your Project and Needs: Are you doing a production in West Virginia or curious about doing so? Go online here https://share.hsforms.com/13LgiMUHLTGOB--oyV9PWyw1iilq to submit information about your project and we will contact you to assist anyway that we can.
Crew Services Directory
Discover More: Go online at https://westvirginia.gov/wvfilm/ and check out this video at https://youtu.be/MMageME4NSk
For Middle School and High School Teachers: The West Virginia Film Office has teamed up with Film Pittsburgh’s Teen Screen program, which thanks to a Benedum Foundation grant, offers free screenings of regionally-made films to help teachers tap into film as an additional source of education. Teen Screen and its team of educators selects films that best support school curricula and build programs around them, including teaching materials, additional resources, and guest speakers.Within the fall semester alone, they shared films with schools across Ohio, Kanawha, Wetzel, Marion, and Monroe Counties in WV. They’ve worked with hundreds of students, enhancing their learning experiences in various subjects while helping them and their teachers meet West Virginia academic standards.
Their films include features, documentaries, and shorts that highlight topics such as Civil Rights,
Environmentalism, The Holocaust, Innovations in STEM, Cultural Relativism, The Power of the Arts,Women’s Empowerment, World Languages, and various Literary Themes.You can also learn more about Teen Screen programs and peruse their Virtual Film Roster by
visiting https://filmpittsburgh.org/pages/teen-screen and contact Teen Screen director, Lori Sisson at email@example.com and Andrew McGowan,Teen Screen Program Manager, at