August 8, 2023, Willowbrook, IL…Destination Film Guide, a trusted source among the North American film and television industry, announces the release of Destination Film Guide 2023, now available in both print format and as a free digital download.

The newest annual guide brings together distinctive location features, a comprehensive guide to state-by-state film tax incentives and insightful industry news articles in an artfully designed publication. Through Destination Film Guide, producers, directors and location scouts can discover new sites that tell exciting narratives across North America, while staying up to date with the latest industry trends.

Sharing unique destinations for film & television production is at the heart of Destination Film Guide’s mission. The 2023 guide takes readers from Montana’s Big Sky Country to the Cajun Bayou of Louisiana to the boardwalks of New Jersey and so many more captivating destinations in between. It provides the practical information that producers, directors and location scouts need, coupled with compelling photography to showcase the backdrops that could serve as future film or television settings.

The 2023 guide also includes a comprehensive directory of tax incentive programs across North America. Displayed in an easy-to-use regional format, Destination Film Guide has compiled this list to ensure production companies have up-to-date, accurate information needed to find a filming location that is both unique and budget friendly. Rounding out the issue are feature articles offering exclusive industry insights on a variety of trending issues in the world of film and television.

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About Destination Film Guide

Destination Film Guide is a trusted resource for the North American film market. With pertinent feature stories, timely editorial and content marketing articulating important details that decision-makers need to make informed location choices, the magazine and companion website and e-newsletter are a smash hit with producers, directors and location scouts looking to connect with North American destinations. For more information about Destination Film Guide, visit the website.