Navajo Nation Film OFFICE

YOU'RE INVITED. FILM NAVAJO.

Thank you for your interest in bringing your project to the Navajo Nation. Through this collaboration, you will have access to diverse and radiant landscapes, local businesses and vendors, talent and crew, production services and more that will help you achieve your goals for a successful project. Let's get started.

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Permit Application

All productions for filming whether professional, amateur, independent, student or educational as well as still photography to take place on the Navajo Nation require a permit prior to starting any activities. To begin, submit an application.

NTAP/NCAP Services

Navajo Nation has talent. From behind the camera crew to on-screen actors, NNTVF's Navajo Crew Agent Program (NCAP) and Navajo Talent Agent Program (NTAP) is made up of local Navajo talent. Let us know how we can assist your production needs today.

Locations Gallery

Otherworldly. That is often how the Navajo Nation can seem with diverse and breathtaking landscapes. Expanding across three states, the Navajo Nation has a location for your film or still photography project.

Due to the current situation, the Pre-Production reopening date is yet to be determined, as Navajo Nation Television and Film is adhering to the NDOH Public Health Emergency Order 2020-025 Dikos Ntsaaigii-19

Once determined, Productions are also expected to adhere to the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Industry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task Force “Proposed Health and Safety Guidelines for Motion Picture,

Television, and Streaming Productions During the COVID-19 Pandemic”, otherwise referred to as the AMPTP’s White Paper,

in addition to other current and future COVID-19-related health and safety guidance.

Navajo Nation Television and Film will respectfully request all productions to refrain from close contact to any Navajo Nation resident, unless productions obtain prior approval from Navajo Nation Television and Film.