The “chimney” of Pennsylvania might be one of the state’s most versatile regions. Large cities, a great lake, colleges and universities, open woods, beaches and historic lake and farm houses all make up the face of this region.

Northern PA Film Office

The Northern PA Film Office is dedicated to bringing filming of major and independent films and television shows to Northern Pennsylvania while promoting the craft of filmmaking through their annual The Boonies International Film Festival.

The film office serves eight counties; Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Elk, Forest, Jefferson, McKean and Warren.

thebooniesinternational.com

Jeff Clark, Executive Director
​233 Liberty Street, Suite 2A
Warren, PA 16365
P: 814-730-7375
E: jeffc@thebooniesinternational.com

Northwestern PA Film Office

In partnership with the Pennsylvania Film Office and VisitErie the Northwestern PA Film Office invites you to Northwestern Pennsylvania as the destination for your film, television, and commercial production.

Northwestern Pennsylvania boasts four beautiful seasons, natural beaches, centuries of industrial boom and bust, and a rich maritime history. The “chimney” of Pennsylvania is truly its crowning jewel, and an inspiring setting for your film.

filmsocietynwpa.org

Greg Ropp, President
Erie, PA 16502
P: 814.873.2483
E: greg@eeriehorrorfest.com

Highlights of Northwestern Pennsylvania

Lake Erie

Arguably Pennsylvania’s greatest natural resource, Lake Erie has the charm of a small Midwestern lake and the size of, well, a great lake. Beaches, parks and lakeside homes all make Lake Erie a sight to behold.

Presque Isle

One of the main attractions along the shore of Lake Erie, Presque Isle State Park offers an undisturbed shoreline full of native wildlife species.

Downtown Erie

Resurgent, reinvented and reinvigorated have all been used to describe downtown Erie. Home to several professional sports teams, cultural institutions and large companies, downtown Erie is the state’s fourth-largest city.

Small Colleges and Universities

Northwestern Pennsylvania is home to no fewer than five colleges and universities including large urban campuses and small rural liberal arts schools.