Film & Print

Reopening Film & Print Permitting

Effective Monday 6/8/2020

The issuing of Miami Beach Film & Print permits resumes on a case-by-case basis to support the City of Miami Beach Reopening Plan. This approach will allow the City, our residents, businesses and assets to adjust to the new rules and regulations that protect the wellness of the City and allow for the industry to adjust to new policies, processes and procedures.

We encourage all applicants to take a proactive approach in creating thorough, common-sense, processes and procedures for maintaining a safe production environment for cast, crew, vendors, invitees, etc.

Miami Beach – Reopening Film and Print Guidelines

Miami Beach Permit Application Instructions

The Film & Print Office is currently open to visitors by appointment only.
Virtual meetings are strongly encouraged, and no walk-ins will be accepted at this time.

The City of Miami Beach Film & Print Office, is a division of the Tourism & Culture Department’s Office of Film and Event Production Management. The Film & Print Office coordinates and permits all film, video, photography and other media uses when utilizing public or residential areas of Miami Beach.

Our mission is to ensure the growth and stability of all facets of the entertainment production industry in Miami Beach while balancing the needs of the residents, resident businesses and visitors alike.

Miami Beach’s history has always been tied to film and fashion, from the Rat Pack to Jackie Gleason to Miami Vice to the fashion industry, and the Film & Print Office is committed to providing a helpful and positive experience through the duration of your production.

Film & Print Office
Film Line: 305.673.7070
Main Line: 305.673.7577
General Inquiries Email:

Mailing Address:
City of Miami Beach
Film & Print Office
1700 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Physical Address:
Veronica Hennig, Film and Print Production Liason
1755 Meridian Avenue, Suite 500
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Ph. 305.673.7577 ext.22711