On Location in Glacier Country
Western Montana’s cinematic landscapes, Old West charm and rich history have long inspired film producers, setting the stage for legendary films like “A River Runs Through It” and binge-worthy TV shows like “Yellowstone.”
Glacier Country Tourism, along with the Montana Film Office, is here to help you find your next show-stopping location in one of the most captivating parts of Big Sky Country. Discover the perfect setting among idyllic panoramas, towering mountain backdrops, lush forestland and glistening waterways like Flathead Lake and endless rivers and streams. In addition to unrivaled landscapes, Western Montana’s Glacier Country boasts more than 75 charming communities where you’ll find historic, western architecture and authentic, small-town Americana. You’ll also find ease of access and unmatched hospitality.
Use this website for location ideas, film resources, incentives, public lands, and a list of films shot or set—in part or in full—right here. For additional information about filming in Western Montana, please contact our Film Ambassador by email, or by phone at 406.532.3234.
Your next scene, full-feature film or television series is waiting in Glacier Country Montana.
Location is everything. Set the scene in Western Montana with extraordinary panoramic landscapes, winding rivers, alpine lakes, charming small towns, historic attractions and two Indian Reservations.
The scenery alone makes Western Montana an obvious choice, but that’s not the only reason to consider Glacier Country as your next shoot location. There are endless incentives for filming here, including the MEDIA Tax Credit.
Some of Montana’s most cinematic landscapes comprise public lands sought after by the film and television industry. Think glacial-carved peaks, sweeping valleys and glistening waters minutes from necessary amenities and services.
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