Thank you for visiting Film Oblivion.  The site is intended to be a continually evolving resource for film and TV locations.  In addition, we sometimes cover other facets, such as pop-up exhibitions, studio tours, movie props or cultural points of interest.  Our aim isn’t to recreate movie frames or screen comparisons, but to provide accurate location data, photos and relevant commentary on what it’s actually like to visit these places.  We often update existing articles with new content, so be sure to check back from time to time.

We sometimes receive offers from readers to submit their own photos to be featured on Film Oblivion. We are happy to consider submissions and will credit you if we feature them, but please be aware we do not feature selfies or posed subjects within the photos. We prefer neutral images of the locations themselves. We also try to refrain from low-resolution, watermarked, blurred or otherwise compromised imagery. So please bear in mind, while we truly appreciate anyone who considers sharing their work, we sometimes might be unable if its too far outside our style of content.

We owe a debt to others who have researched, often at great lengths, to discover many of these locations and encourage you to seek out the many excellent film location resources that exist out there.  We too have dedicated countless hours of time and resources to this pursuit and hope movie lovers will find our content of interest. While far from comprehensive, we wish to acknowledge the following community of resources for their influential work: The Worldwide Guide To Movie Locations, Lindsay Blake (I Am Not A Stalker, Dirt), Set Jetter, Tony Hoffarth, Jared Cowan, The Movie District, Filmap, Then & Now Movie Locations, Reel To Real Movie Locations, Scott On Tape, It’s Filmed There, James Gelet, Nerd Locations, Filmtourismus and Movie Shots LA.