The New Milford Film Commission meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month @ 7:00 pm in the Loretta Brickley room at the Town Hall (on the village green). If the meeting room is being used for another function, meetings are moved to the Police Station (49 Poplar St - just north of the hospital).
These are just a few of the locations available for your consideration:
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Use the information below to contact the Commission or apply to film in New Milford, Connecticut.
A truly original, authentic and awe-inspiring Town Green: it’s the longest in Connecticut, has a beautiful old bandstand and is surrounded by period homes.
With the Housatonic River bisecting the town, New Milford has bridges in a variety of styles including two turn-of-the-century steel bridges in picturesque settings.
New Milford is home to a wide range of churches in various denominations.
Founded more than 300 years ago, landmarks range from old cemeteries to modern memorials.
Modern sand & gravel quarries plus an old abandoned mine offer a variety of potential locations. There is also a drive-through mine tunnel and quarry in a 350 acre area.
The Town of New Milford includes historic buildings, quaint storefronts, as well as modern stores and shopping areas.
There are several shops interested and willing to have filming in their stores as well as office locations and buildings available.
New Milford has several working farms as well as historic farms and protected meadows.