Make your next film in Nova Scotia – we’re open for business! Productions filming in Nova Scotia are eligible for funding from the Nova Scotia Film & Television Production Incentive Fund, administered by Nova Scotia Business Inc.
Health & Safety Guidelines for the NS screen industry can be found HERE. To view a full list of productions filmed in Nova Scotia, please visit our Production History Page. For an up-to-date list of productions that are currently shooting in Nova Scotia, please see the list below.
Producer: Doug Pettigrew, Emotion Pictures
Director: Thom Fitzgerald
Starring: Jacki Weaver, Taye Diggs and Lucy Liu
Filming: Fall 2018 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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NS Production Company: DHX Media
Showrunner: Floyd Kane
PM: Elizabeth Guilford
Filming: August – October 2018
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Production Company: RT Features and A24
Producers: Mike Volpe & Georgina Neville, Topsail Entertainment
Director: Robert Eggers
PM: Shauna Hatt
Filming: April – May 2018 in Yarmouth and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Starring: Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson
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Producer: David Macleod, Two East Productions / Cineflix
Writer: Michael Amos
PM: Ginny Duzak
Broadcaster: Super Channel (Canada) / WGN (America) / Hulu (America)
Starring: Ryan Robbins (Arrow, The Killing), Alex Paxton-Beesley (The Strain)
Filming: May – July 2018 in Nova Scotia (various locations)
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Producer: Edward Peill, Tell Tale Productions
Broadcaster: The History Channel
Filming: June – August 2018 in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
Located off the coast of Nova Scotia, Oak Island is believed by many to be hiding one of the greatest treasures in history. Since the late 1700’s, fortunes have been spent and lives have been lost, but no one has ever been able to crack the code to get at the prize. Read more about the History Channel’s highest rated show HERE.