The County Wicklow Film Commission was set up in 1992 and is the longest running film commission in Ireland. County Wicklow has long been a favourite with filmmakers. In 1992 Wicklow County Council and Bray Town Council established the Wicklow Film Commission with the aim to extend a friendly hand to all filmmakers wishing to film here. Since 1999 the Film Commission Office has been manned fulltime, providing assistance to big feature films such as 'Reign of Fire' and 'King Arthur', smaller productions like 'Lassie' and many commercials and television series.

Our main objective is to guarantee a film friendly County by assisting filmmakers with all the requirements filming on location brings.

We can help you, for example, to source production offices anywhere in the County. We can put you in touch with landowners or establish the relevant contacts within the local authorities to help you move street furniture. Let us organise your road closure or sort out parking requirements. Our extensive digital slide library can be accessed through the locations database.

Through years of experience we are confident we can assist you no matter how small or big your project.

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