Experience
The Virgin Islands

No passport required for U.S. Citizens
Experience
The Virgin Islands
No passport required for U.S. Citizens
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Experience
The Virgin Islands
No passport required for U.S. Citizens
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We imagine the
unimaginable

The US Virgin Islands Film Promotion Office, created in 1973, is one of the oldest film commissions in America, a founding member of the AFCI and the first in the Caribbean.

We pride ourselves as being a different kind of film commission — non-governmental in style, passionate and personal. We’re here to do as much or as little as you ask.

St. Croix

St. Croix is the largest of the United States Virgin Islands – 28 miles long and seven miles at its widest point.

St. Thomas

St. Thomas combines natural beauty with an energetic, cosmopolitan atmosphere.

St. John

St. John is known for its steep hills, panoramic backdrops, tranquil, unspoiled beauty

Slide We’re the USA, yet exotic. Only English-speaking islands in the West Indies under the American Flag. Easy Incentives. No Passport required for U.S. citizens. Slide U.S. currency and banking. Experienced English-speaking crew with an exemplary work ethic on par with LA and NY. We have doubled for many unimaginable or imaginable places. Convenience, security and familiarity of home – we even have K-Mart and Home Depot. Slide Convenient access. Serviced by most major airlines. Three main islands PLUS dozens of out islands (many uninhabited). Comfortable weather. Water temperature is more favorable year-round than the northern islands and Florida. Slide Film friendly government and private sector. Customized offsets to your budget. “Right to work” state. Easy, reliable shipping by air, ocean and courier. Slide We have versatile, unsuspecting locations. USVI is more than the usual beach shot. Shoot a sunrise and a sunset in a single day. Why leave America to film in
the Caribbean?