Untouched and unspoiled, Dominica is a filmmaker's paradise. It offers a variety of beautiful scenic and exotic locations. Nicknamed the "Nature Island", this destination offers a variety of locations: jungles, swamps, grasslands, mangroves, reed and mudflats, lush virgin rainforests, cascading rivers, waterfalls and freshwater lakes. The second largest boiling lake in the world, bubbling “moonscapes”, picturesque black and golden sand beaches, dramatic coastlines, towering mountains, Creole architecture, spectacular ruins and forts and urban settings. and unique character that make it a filmmaker's dream. African, indigenous Indian and caucasian extras with a ready and able crew plus attractive incentives round-out this film maker’s dream.
Pirate Master (2007, Mark Burnett Productions).
Once consideration is being given to filming in Dominica a completed Film Permit Application Form should be sent to the Film Commissioner along with a letter of intent to film, the outline of the project, the estimated time period of the production and requesting permission to film. All non-nationals are required to get work permits. However, the Dominica Film Office provides assistance in obtaining waivers for such permits.