Nova Scotia has it all.

Urban sophistication, small town ambience, and miles of unspoiled coastline.

Screen Nova Scotia is here to support your production as the first point of contact to find out more about locations, financial incentives, production partners, industry resources and infrastructure.


Did you know: the Nova Scotia Production Guide is now available to download as an app on both Apple and Android devices! This unique mobile hybrid app houses the searchable online guide, as well as key website pages, allowing for quick and convenient access to all the Screen Nova Scotia has to offer.

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Films & TV series

Recent productions filmed in Nova Scotia include: The Sinner (TV, UCP), From (TV, EPIX/MGM), Moonshine (TV, eOne), Chapelwaite (TV, EPIX), The Lighthouse (Feature, A24), The Good House (Feature, Amblin Partners), Books of Blood (Feature, Hulu), Locke & Key (TV, Netflix), Captive (MOW, Sony Pictures), Pure (TV, WGN America), Diggstown (TV, CBC), Murmur (Feature), Spinster (Feature), Assholes: A Theory (Feature Doc), Stage Mother (Feature), The Curse of Oak Island (TV, History Channel), Black Cop (Feature), Let’s Get Physical (TV, Pop TV), Mr. D (TV, CBC), Drag Kids (Feature Doc), Polaroid (Feature, Dimension Films), Sex & Violence (TV, OUTtv), Tin Can (Feature), The Mist (TV, Spike), This Hour Has 22 Minutes (TV, CBC), Trailer Park Boys (TV, Netflix) and more...

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Nova Scotia's Screen Industry: We Mean Business

The screen industry has a positive impact on the lives of all Nova Scotians - economically, culturally, and socially.

Nova Scotia's screen industry works for everyone - contributing over $180 million to Nova Scotia's economy and generating economic spin-offs that benefit a diverse group of Nova Scotians and local businesses across the province.

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June 24th, 2021
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Province Increases Support for Film & Television Industry

Booming Nova Scotia film industry gets major funding boost

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More than 2,000 Nova Scotians work in film, television and animation. Do you?

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