Mount Pleasant, SC

Ravenel Bridge, Courtesy of John Barclay Photography, www.johnbarclayphotography.com

Just East of the Cooper River lies Charleston’s most balanced and replete production area.

Modern American neighborhoods, shipyards, and the Old Village’s nostalgic commercial district, bordering the harbor-front homes languishing beneath magnificent moss-hung oaks.

Minutes from downtown Charleston and a recently expanded international airport, our expeditious permitting process, experienced crew, abundant accommodations, supply sources and a booming  restaurant and nightlife scene, make Mount Pleasant one of the Southeast’s most sought-after production sites.

Shem Creek Park

Film Liaison

 

Lauren Sims

Town of Mount Pleasant
100 Ann Edwards Lane
Mount Pleasant, SC  29464

 

843-884-8517
843-856-1080 fax
tourism@tompsc.com

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Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park.

USS Yorktown, Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum.

Pitt Street Bridge.

The Old Village provides a backdrop for the making of New Line Cinema’s The Notebook, graphic image by Paul Silva, Expectations Studio.

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