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As of January 1, 2024, the fee for analyzing applications for permits to occupy public property will be $30.00 in the 9 boroughs served by the Montréal Film and TV Commission.

For requests and information, please write to


À propos

about us


Shooting locations and resources

The Montréal Film and Television Commission accompanies in many ways producers who consider Montréal as a filming location.

  • Expeditious assembly of photo portfolios from a photo library numbering thousands of pictures of potential shooting locations in the Montréal area (with an emphasis on exteriors);

  • Supplementary photo taking of locations that are relevant to your script;

  • Personalized visits to potential locations and suppliers;

  • Information on all specialised services offered in Montréal;

  • Monitoring and troubleshooting for ongoing productions.

Logistics and Permits

The Montréal Film and Television Commission emits filming and parking permits for Montréal's public domain (streets, sidewalks, parks, municipal buildings) in the 9 following burroughs:


  • Ahuntsic/Cartierville

  • Côte-des-Neiges/Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

  • Mercier/Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

  • Plateau Mont-Royal

  • Rivière-des-Prairies/Pointe-aux-Trembles

  • Rosemont/La Petite Patrie

  • Sud-Ouest

  • Ville-Marie 

  • Villeray/St-Michel/Parc-Extension

The following are just some of the specific services offered by the Logistics team


  • All-encompassing logistical project coordination;

  • Acquisition of shooting and parking permits;

  • Access to municipal buildings, major parks and installations;

  • Loans of city equipment and furnishings;

  • Access to municipal resources;

  • Close collaboration between public and private sector parties;

why montréal?

For its unique period and modern architecture reminiscent of cities from all around the world.