Discover interesting places around the world where your favourite movies, songs, Youtuber’s and more have been recording via Google Maps. We strive to bring a variety of locations from around the globe that you may have seen on TV, YouTube or another form of media. It is our ambition to be the go-to place when it comes to finding locations for anything. So, be sure to check out all information provided within the posts to hopefully learn something new. And, if you would like for us to find you a location for ANYTHING, please send us your suggestions to our Submit a Location page.
All images are welcome if you are able to gain access to a location that cannot otherwise be picked up by us. All images you send to us will undergo serious scrutiny in regards to all aspects of it’s authenticity – If you pass this stage, your image(s) WILL be credited.
Please note: Some locations are remote/private, therefore, access to street view images and/or video screenshots can be difficult to attain.
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What are ‘Google Maps Co-ordinates’ and how do I use them?
Answer: Google Maps Co-ordinates help you go directly to a point of interest. To use them, simply copy and paste the code (that looks something like this: 51.655167, -0.035552) into a Google maps search bar, select search and voila!
Where can I request for a film/TV location to be added to Global Film Locations?
Answer: Any submission, from your own personal images/videos or a film location recommendation can be submitted to us via: Our submit page.
How do I report a problem or recommend a suggestion or alteration to Global Film Locations?
Answer: All inquiries should be made using our contact form via: Contact Page.
How do you find filming locations?
Answer: Filming locations are found using various techniques, some of which are:
- Internet based research.
- Locations that we can identify without research being carried out.
- Extensive Google maps searching using a technique called ‘Roof layout identification’ and;
- Submissions sent in to us.
Why are some images provided under a particular URL and not displayed directly on Global Film Locations?
Answer: It’s a good question. But, the reason we don’t display particular images through our website is because of three reasons:
- Copyright laws.
- Disapproval from the original owner or;
- No photo’s have been taken of that particular location yet.
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