Guthrie is a unique community with Victorian charm. Theatrically known as "America's back lot" it is perfect for projects large or small. Its quaint, hometown feel with restored, Victorian Era street fronts and historic train depot, is ideal for period settings or scripts that call for a unique charm.
EASY ACCESS - GUTHRIE’S LOCAL AIRPORT, WHICH SUPPORTS JET ACCESS WITH A 5,000 FOOT RUNWAY. It is also 30 minutes away from Stillwater Regional airport and 35 minutes away from OKC'S WILL ROGERS WORLD AIRPORt.
SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY AND ACCESS TO ALL YOUR PRODUCTION NEEDS. GUTHRIE HAS PROVIDED SUPPORT AND RESOURCES TO MANY FILM CREWS IN THE LAST DECADE. THIS INCLUDES FULL-LENGTH FILMS, TRAVEL CHANNEL SERIES AND MUSIC VIDEos.
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The Mustanger and the Lady
It's almost impossible to not be sucked into Guthrie's small town charm, from the historical buildings that make up the downtown area to the shops and diners that provide an undeniably timeless feel. Few places allow you to like a part of history like Guthrie is able to. For filming purposes, it's ideal for Old West films and westerns from any era. The changes needed to transform the town for a period piece are minimal, especially for filming downtown. The people are amazing to work with, having become old pros at the filming process thanks to numerous movies coming into town. When I served as location manager for a western filmed in Guthrie in 2016 I was shocked at how accommodating shop owners and civilians were, as well as the incredible help I received from the people at City Hall to make the process pain-free and fun for all involved. I honestly can't speak any higher of Guthrie for being able to serve our needs or for the people being so generous and accommodating. - Director, James Cotton
The Scent of Rain and Lightning
"Working in Guthrie, Oklahoma was fantastic!!! The people, the locations and the crew were great! It was a very collaborative and creative experience. Everybody was genuinely excited about being on the project. I'm working hard to bring my next two films to Oklahoma!" Producer, Michael Davis
Monday at 11:01AM
"We chose to film the thriller Monday at 11:01 A.M. in Guthrie because the town has been preserved so well it fit our script perfectly as "the town that time forgot". The people were very welcoming and a true pleasure to work with, so much so that I bought another project to Guthrie." - Director, Harvey Lowry
Christmas in the Heartland
"Guthrie Oklahoma is a charming town and a great place to film. The history, the locations and above all the people make the experience special! It was the perfect place to film Christmas in the Heartland" - Producer, Jasmine Fontes