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What is with all the filming on this specific block and street area? Its one production after another there. They jam up the sidewalks with their filming equipment and forget about parking around there. Does the Mayors Office of Film and Television strongly suggest this area to film at for some reason? It seems strange.
and next we have mrs maisel i often wonder why the same 4-6 blocks at least they didnt block my car in this time
City Hall has nothing to do with location scouting.
I'd say 1) production was shut down for months so like many of us in arts or entertainment we are now working double time to make up for the lost timeAnd Ave A is a lot easier to shut down for production than 1st or 2nd and a lot safer than c and a lately. Ave b is supposed to be open street
It's great to see this continued return to production activity. Quit being so negative people. This activity means jobs for the very hard hit entertainment industry and brings people and money to our neighborhood. You can deal with moving your car or having to walk a block out of the way.
Better to film a New York scene in New York rather than Toronto or Vancouver.
It might be for the sake of continuity in different scenes.
The location scouts really love that radius!!!
Agreed! It also brings some money to the equally hard hit restaurant businesses, who often get paid well for the interruption to business.
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