What sets All Access Locations apart from other Hollywood location companies is that All Access Locations only deals with locations within Ventura County.
Ventura County, California (PRWEB) April 13, 2013
All Access Locations is a full service motion picture location company that is now exclusively dealing with locations in Tinsel Town’s often overlooked neighbor to the north, Ventura County. Over the years, Ventura's Filmography has included its courthouse hearing room being recreated in the Perry Mason television series as the series original author Erle Stanley Gardner was an attorney who practiced law in Ventura and patterned many of his stories after actual cases. Ventura was also home to Erin Brokovich both in real life and in the film of the same name. Swordfish and the Aviator as well as Little Miss Sunshine are among the more recent films where Ventura had a significant presence.
On Tuesday, All Access Location’s president Kyle Dill announced that All Access Locations will now be solely dealing with filming locations within Ventura County. Dill, a Ventura County native, attributes this decision to the recent demand for Ventura County locations by film-makers.
What sets All Access Locations apart from other Hollywood location companies is that All Access Locations only deals with locations within Ventura County. From the vast farm fields to quaint neighborhoods or a stunning harbor at one of Ventura County’s native state beaches, All Access Locations is able to fill a void not in Hollywood.
Famous as a surfing town, the shoreline and surf scene are often used as a backdrop for car commercials and other healthy living lifestyle settings. Nearby oil fields, wineries, mountains and the famous Fillmore and Western Hollywood Movie Trains, offer alternatives in filming not easily found so close to Los Angeles.
Production Companies interested in filming in Ventura County can contact our All Access Locations at 310 498-9303.