FilmUSA Contact: Jethro Rothe-Kushel
New Hampshire Film and Television Office
19 Pillsbury Street, 1st Floor
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603 271-2220
Fax: 603 271-3584
Full Staff List
Incentives & Rebates
There is currently no incentive program in this state
What are the different "types" of incentives?
Point-of-Sale Tax Waivers: Not applicable, no sales tax in this state
Hotel Tax Refund: No
Any rebate considerations for out-of-state crew and/or cast? No
Are 'Pass-Through' purchases and/or rentals allowed? No
Fees for Local Services?
Police and Fire: Yes
Filming Permits: Yes, depends on city or municipality
State Owned or Managed Property: Yes, depends on area
Local Crew Directory
Number of full local Union crews: 0
Number of full local Non-Union crews: 0
Equipment and Services
Local Vendor Guide
Are there In-state Equipment vendor options for...
Grip and Electric? Yes
Camera and Sound? Yes
Transportation Equipment? Yes
Prop and Set Dressing rental? Yes
Wardrobe Rental? Yes
Sound Stage facilities? Yes
Post Production facilities? Yes
Film / Sound Lab? No
List of Film Labs in the United States
Find local green vendors in this state
Closest out-of-state vendors and crew: New York, Boston
Additional In-State Assets
Additional Information from the Film Commission
No statement provided
Right to Work Status
Is this a "Right-to-Work" state? No
What does "Right-to-Work" mean?
Wikipedia: State page
Child Labor Laws
State Labor Information for Minors
The United States Department of Labor and the New Hampshire Department of Labor enforce the provisions of the federal and state child labor laws in New Hampshire. This information reflects both federal and state law for the employment of minors in non-agricultural jobs.
State Tax Reciprocal Agreements with: No other states
What are Reciprocal Agreements?
New Hampshire is a four-season state with a very changeable climate and wide variations in daily and seasonal temperatures. The variations are affected by proximity to the ocean, mountains, lakes or rivers. Our summers are short and cool; winters are long and cold; fall is glorious with foliage. Productions have been known to take advantage of all our seasons, no matter what the weather. The fall foliage season inNew Hampshire typically runs from the last two weeks in September through the first two weeks in October. Southern portions of the state and the seacoast may see the season run into the last weeks of October, and sometimes into early November, given the conditions.
Major Airports: TBD
Film Office Links: Gallery | Locations Library
Additional Sources: ReelScout
Mystery Team (Roadside Attractions)
The Sensation of Sight (Monterey Media)
Live Free or Die (ThinkFilm)
The American Experience (WGBH/PBS)
Mercedes-Benz Commercial (Tight)
Catalog and photo shoots from LL Bean and TYR Sports
Recently hosted shoots from Food Network, HGTV, Discovery Channel, Sci-Fi Channel
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