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At the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), we recognize the importance of BC film and TV industry and are serious about ensuring that everyone involved in a production, from the director to community residents, have a positive experience.
Contacting the RMOW:
The RMOW handles all film requests pertaining to filming on public areas within Whistler Village and the adjacent community. This work is done through the Village Animation office, which handles all requests related to;
- Whistler Village
- Whistler Interpretative Forest
Other Resort Contacts:
Tourism Whistler (TW) may be able to assist productions that meet specific filming requirements. Please contact TW directly at www.whistler.com.
Requests pertaining to shooting on either Whistler or Blackcomb mountains, or the gondola loading areas within the Village, should be directed to Whistler Blackcomb’s public relations department at 604-932-3141.
Ministry of Agriculture and Lands:
For requests to film on Crown land, please contact the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, Crown Land Administration.
RCMP and Fire Rescue Services:
Depending on the particulars of a film shoot, police and fire services can be necessary components of production. In Whistler, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are the local law enforcement agency.
The Whistler RCMP office can be reached at 604-932-3044.
Fire Rescue Services are available to provide safety equipment and crews for special effects. The rate of $385 per hour rate includes fire truck and four firefighters.
The Whistler Fire Rescue office can be reached at 604-935-8260.
Additional Film Resources:
B.C. Film Commission: www.bcfilmcommission.com
Whistler Film Group: www.whistlerfilmgroup.com