Montana Film Office

Montana Film Office • 301 South Park Ave Helena, MT 59620 • tel: 800.553.4563 • 406.841.2876 • fax: 406.841.2877 • montanafilm@mt.gov AFCI Member

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MISSOULA

Area Contact

Missoula Convention and Visitors Bureau 

406-532-3250 

406-532-3252 – fax 

www.missoulacvb.org

Population

57,053

Elevation

3,205 ft.

Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Missoula is the center for commerce in western Montana.

It is the state’s second largest city and home to the University of Montana and its Performing Arts and Radio-Television Center. The Clark Fork River runs through the downtown area which features many classic early-century buildings. Of significance is the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula and its 12 structures. Missoula is a starting point for connections to the Flathead and Bitterroot valleys.

Credits

Features:

Disorganized Crime, Under Seige II: Dark Territory (2nd Unit)

Television:

Back to Basics, C-Span, Food Services of America, Fox Family Channel, Fox TV, Hard Copy, It’s A Miracle, Lifetime Television, MSNBC, Nick News, Rescue 911, The Learning Channel, Travel Channel, Unsolved Mysteries, Unusual Homes

Commercials:

Buttrey Foods, Lithia Motors, McDonald’s

Still Shoots:

Bon Appetit magazine, Esquire magazine, Fast Company magazine, Filson Catalog, )eep, Limited catalog, Men’s journal magazine, Minolta, New Woman magazine, Self magazine, Wrangler Jeans Europe

Special Locations

Historic Fort Missoula and Museum

University of Montana

Montana Snow-bowl and Marshall ski areas

Flathead Indian Reservation

Bitterroot River and Valley

Smokejumpers Center and Aerial Fire Depot

Moiese National Bison Range

Mission Mountains.

Accommodations

45 hotels/motels, with 2,600 rooms SEARCH

152 restaurants SEARCH

Airport

Missoula International AirporT – 406-728-4381

City Officials

City Mayor – 406-258-4601

Courthouse – 406-721-5700

Fairgrounds

Western Montana Fairground – 406-721-3247

History/Museums

Garnet Preservation Association – 406-329-3914

Historical Museum at Fort Missoula – 406-728-3476

Smokejumper Base Visitor Center – 406-329-4934

University of Montana Archives – 406-243-2053

Media

Newspapers

Missoulian – 406-523-5200

Radio

KGGL – 406-721-9300

KGRZ – 406-721-1450

Max Media – 406-251-1360

KMSO – 406-542-1025

KUFM – 406-243-4931

KYLT – 406-728-5000

KZOQ – 406-728-5000

Television

KECI – 406-721-2063

KPAX – 406-542-4400

KTMF – 406-542-8900

Private Lands

Flathead Indian Reservation – 406-675-2700

Public Lands

Bureau of Land Management – 406-329-3914

Lolo National Forest – 406-329-1024

Northern Regional Office (Forest Service) – 406-329-3472

State Parks – Region 2 – 406-542-5500

Safety and Security

Fire Department – 406-523-4709

Highway Patrol – 406-329-1500

Police – 406-258-4777

Sheriff – 406-258-4810

Utilities

Power

Northwestern Energy ….888-467-2669

Telephone

Qwest – 800-603-6000

Weather

Location Photos

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Montana Film Office • 301 South Park Ave Helena, MT 59620 • tel: 800.553.4563 • 406.841.2876 • fax: 406.841.2877 • montanafilm@mt.gov