Make your next film in Nova Scotia — we’re open for business! Film and television productions filming in Nova Scotia are eligible for funding from the Nova Scotia Film & Television Production Incentive Fund, administered by Nova Scotia Business Inc. For more information, please visit our incentives page HERE.
Nova Scotia knows production. Our province is home to world-class crews, talented cast, experienced production partners, and state-of-the-art post-production facilities. Visit Nova Scotia to see why these award-winning, highly skilled and professional technicians are in demand across the country and around the world. Explore Screen Nova Scotia’s online production guide HERE for contact information, credits, and other details. We’re also happy to provide information on potential production partners, service providers, and unions and guilds, to help you quickly become familiar with the logistics of Nova Scotia’s screen industry.
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2021 is on track to be one of the busiest years for the N.S. film industry. Scroll down for an up-to-date list of productions that are currently shooting in Nova Scotia. Please note that we are unable to provide any information on upcoming productions until they have officially released announcements regarding filming (due to confidentiality obligations).
A Netflix Original Series (10 x 1 hour)
Filming in: South Shore (various locations)
Synopsis: After their father’s gruesome murder, three siblings move into a house with magical keys that grant them powers. Adapted from the comics by Joe Hill.
More info HERE.
Production Company: Midnight Radio
Studio: Epix Studios / MGM International Television Productions
Distributor: Netflix (outside the U.S.)
More info in Deadline: Epix Greenlights ‘From’ Sci-Fi Horror Series Produced By Midnight Radio
Broadcaster: History Channel
Production Company: Prometheus Entertainment
Nova Scotia Production Company: Tell Tale Entertainment
Synopsis: The Curse of Oak Island documents brothers Rick and Marty Lagina as they pursue their lifelong dream of solving the 223-year Oak Island mystery. For over two centuries, teams of searchers, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, have attempted to crack the code that will unearth the treasure believed to be buried on the small island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Armed with the knowledge of those that came before them, the muscle of heavy machinery and decades of engineering know-how, the Lagina’s and their partners may be closer than anyone in history to finding the treasure that has so far claimed the lives of six men. More info HERE.
Production Companies: Waterstar Entertainment, Circle Blue Entertainment, Freddie Films
Showrunner: Floyd Kane
Producer: Karen Wentzell
PM: Christine MacDonald
Filming in: Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM)
Synopsis: Diggstown follows Marcie Diggs, a corporate lawyer who begins to reconsider her priorities after a tragedy in her family following a malicious prosecution. Marcie’s team is a mash-up of do-gooders, cynics and scrappers — otherwise messy souls struggling to keep personal demons out of their practice. They work directly with the community to find justice for their clients in areas including racism, poverty and gender bias.
Production Company: Epix Productions
Nova Scotia Production Company: Magic Rock Productions
PM: Valerie Halman
Showrunners: Jason and Peter Filardi
Filming in: Nova Scotia (various locations)
Staring: Adrien Brody, Emily Hampshire
Synopsis: Set in the 1850s, the series follows Captain Charles Boone (Brody), who relocates his family of three children to his ancestral home in the small, seemingly sleepy town of Preacher’s Corners, Maine after his wife dies at sea. However, Charles will soon have to confront the secrets of his family’s sordid history, and fight to end the darkness that has plagued the Boones for generations. Adapted from Stephen King’s short story “Jerusalem’s Lot”. Read more: Deadline