FilmLA Explains Why It Quickly Rescinded New Limits On After-Hours Filming In Los Angeles – Update

FilmLA Explains Why It Quickly Rescinded New Limits On After-Hours Filming In Los Angeles – Update
2Nd Update, 2:55 Pm: FilmLA has issued a statement to Deadline about why it quickly rescinded an earlier order that restricted after-hours filming in Los Angeles:

“FilmLA takes its direction on film policy from the government clients we contract with. The County and City each reversed their directives, originally issued around 7 pm on 11/25, today at around 1 pm. As municipal partners announce changes in protocol related to Covid-19 or anything else, we do our best to share that news and keep the Industry informed. Questions about the change in policy are best directed to the Office of the CEO for Los Angeles County, and the Board of Public Works for the City of Los Angeles. We are working to make sure this morning’s message is withdrawn wherever it appeared.”

Updated, 2:08 Pm: That was fast. Hours after it passed along new county-wide limits on after-hours filming in Los Angeles, FilmLA has rescinded that order.
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