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Art Gallery in Boston's South End Arts District
From $75/hr
Art Gallery in Boston's South End Arts District
Boston, MA
Mid-sized contemporary art gallery with polished concrete floors, white walls, one rustic wood beam that traverses the space. Office has one exposed brick and stone wall.
From $125/hr
Contemporary industrial gallery space
Boston, MA
The 1500 sq. ft. gallery space has an urban chic ambience, incorporating traditional gallery white-cube walls along with gorgeous stone, brick, hardwood beams and black iron columns. The space can accommodate up to 50 people for a cocktail-style event, depending on the configuration of the gallery during a given exhibit. The space can also be configured for classes or workshops for small groups of 10-20 people.
From $300/hr
Versatile Meeting & Conference Church Space in Boston
Boston, MA
• 10 Large Tables | 4 Round Tables • 200 Chairs • Theater Seating 200 • 4 Monitors + Projector Monitor • 2 Restrooms • Outside Food & Beverage Allowed | Licensed Caterer Required • Stage • Metered Parking • Speakers
From $250/hr
Downtown Private Club with Panoramic Views
Boston, MA
In the heart of Boston's financial district, our Club is as captivating as the 360-degree views of a beautiful city rich in history. This Member-supported business Club reflects a proud spirit that defines its Boston College heritage. Our Private Events Team is happy to assist with all your filming and event needs.

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About Boston

Boston is a New England city that overflows with historical significance and pride. “Beantown”, as it’s known to the locals, is the capital of Massachusetts and is home to many award-winning sports franchises. It is also the most populated city in New England, boasting some of the most prestigious universities around: MIT and Harvard.

When filming your next project, Boston might very well be the best place for it! Beautiful natural areas, regal red brick buildings, and quintessential New England aesthetics make filming in Boston a joy. Whether you are working on a small low-budget project or a major motion picture, you’ll love what Boston has to offer.

Filming Options in Boston

What do you need to make the best Boston filming experience ever? Find the best businesses Boston has to offer and start there.

  • Equipment

The quality of your equipment is going to be the quality of your film. Depending on what you want your video to look like, you’ll need to acquire the essentials like a video camera, tripod, camera light, lighting kit, shotgun mic, boom pole, wireless mics, cables, and laptops just to get started. There are varying qualities and price ranges for each of these pieces.

  • Lighting

Getting the right lighting is key. This means filming at the appropriate time of day if it is an outdoor shot, but also getting the right lighting equipment to really make the scene look the way you envision it. Correct lighting can set any sort of mood, can highlight important areas, and bring your scene to life.

  • Sound

Make sure you have the correct sound equipment when filming in Boston. Microphones, booms, hidden mics, and recorders are must-haves, just to name a few. When it comes to sound quality for your film, you want the best quality, top-of-the-line sound equipment that you can afford.

  • Editing Programs

Once your filming is complete, it is time to actually turn it into a video. There are tons of paid and free options available for video editing software. You can either acquire them online or at any electronics retailer. Video editing programs are the difference between a poor quality film and a professional one.

Filming Companies in Boston

Help with your Boston filming project is just what you need for everything to go off without a hitch. Hire the right company to help you smooth out the wrinkles and your film production will be perfect.

  • Hunt’s Photo & Video

Whatever kind of equipment you need for your Boston filming project, Hunt’s Photo & Video is sure to have it. They have a wide variety of cameras, sound equipment, lighting, and everything between. Every type of brand at every price point makes it easier to get exactly what you need for your shoot.

  • Boston Casting Inc.

One of the parts of making a film is, of course, the casting. Look to Boston Casting Inc. for talent that’s ready to work. Their database is constantly updated and they’ve got an amazing resume of movies, commercials and more to brag about.

  • Boston Film Festival

If you love all things film or want to submit your very own film to a festival, check out Boston Film Festival which happens annually in September. Meet other filmmakers, interact with cinephiles, and maybe even win an award for your masterpiece! BFF has celebrated independent films for over 35 years and has become a staple on the Boston entertainment calendar.

Pros and Cons of Filming in Boston

Advantages

  • 35 Universities

Not only are these university grounds gorgeous, but they have also built a community of intellectuals and artists. MIT and Harvard are just a few of the 35 universities found in this small city.

  • Pedestrian friendly

Boston is great for walking and biking! Get from one shot to the next with ease in this very walkable city.

  • Rich history

There is a ton of rich American history around every corner in this city. Follow a map or just wander around and you’re sure to find something miraculous.

  • Sports fanfare

Need a lively crowd for your video? The fanfare for sports teams in Boston is unmatched!

  • Beautiful city

New England is known for its natural and historic beauty. There are plenty of aesthetically pleasing places to film in Boston at any time of the year.

Disadvantages

  • High cost of living

Being the largest populated city in New England, Boston’s rent and cost of living has gone up significantly and will continue to grow as the city evolves.

  • Roadwork is dreadful

This is a city that is always under construction. Plus, the roads were built to be windy, small, and as a result, end up being confusing to follow. It’s easy to get lost while driving and you’ll inevitably find a road closed off for repairs.

  • Home games = traffic

Bostonians love their Patriots, Bruins, and Red Sox to the point of self-identity. So when it’s game time, expect every major road into the city and every street near these stadiums to be a complete mess.

  • Cold, wet, snowy

Slushy roads, wet shoes, Nor’easters. Boston is cold and nasty, weatherwise, during the chillier months. So bundle up when filming in Boston!

Famous Locations in Boston

  • New England Aquarium

No trip to Boston is complete without visiting the 90-year-old, 500-pound green sea turtle: Myrtle the Turtle. She is a legend at the New England Aquarium alongside hundreds of other rare and beautiful aquatic species who attract thousands of visitors every year.

  • Fenway Park

One of the oldest and most beloved baseball parks in the country, Fenway Park is home to the Boston Red Sox. Walk Yawkey Way and take in the full immersion and majesty of a classic baseball experience. Hot dogs, beers, songs, and fanfare await!

  • Freedom Trail

Take a walk through history on the Boston Freedom Trail. This trail highlights 16 historic sites which tell the story of part of our nation’s beginnings. See monuments like Paul Revere’s run, the site of the Boston Massacre, and Boston Commons. If your filming project in Boston has a historical feel, consider shooting at a unique historical venue with award-winning spirits for that classic Boston vibe.

  • Symphony Hall/Boston Pops

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is one of the prides of Boston, having created breathtaking performances for over 140 years. Symphony Hall rings with both classical and contemporary music played by these talented stars who perform over 250 concerts a year.