Prepare to be amazed...
Declared by the USDA to be “America’s Most Scenic Rural County," Humboldt County is home to the largest virgin redwood forests on earth!
Located between San Francisco and Portland, Humboldt County encompasses 2.3 million acres of landscape: ancient redwood groves, rugged coastline, waterfronts, lagoons, dunes, rolling hills, six rivers, and numerous County, State, and National Parks. Our cities and towns each have a unique character and the charm of Small Town America.
Explore Humboldt County California’s incredible diversity and boundless options for your film projects.
What's New in the Redwood Region …
Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot television show will be shooting a special two-hour episode during the festival.
The premiere of David Silverbrand's new documentary
It's the 50th year for the world's oldest student-run film festival! The dates for this year's event are April 19-22.
Map of the Movies
The Redwood Coast has been prime locations for feature films, television shows, commercials, music videos, documentaries and print ads. Map of the Movies is a self guided tour of the most popular film sites of Humboldt & Del Norte Counties, California. Click the icon to view a PDF version of the map, the Map of the Movies Googlemap, a complete filmography for each county, and more.