Part 5 - COMMERCIAL FILMING AND SIMILAR PROJECTS AND STILL PHOTOGRAPHY ON CERTAIN AREAS UNDER DEPARTMENT JURISDICTION  


Subpart A — Areas Administered by the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
§ 5.1 What does this subpart cover?
§ 5.2 When do I need a permit for commercial filming or still photography?
§ 5.3 How do I apply for a permit?
§ 5.4 When is a permit required for news-gathering activities?
§ 5.5 When will an agency deny a permit for commercial filming or still photography?
§ 5.6 What type of permit conditions may the agency impose?
§ 5.7 What are my liability and bonding requirements as a permit holder?
§ 5.8 What expenses will I incur?
§ 5.9 How long will it take to process my request?
§ 5.10 Can I appeal a decision not to issue a permit?
§ 5.11 Information collection.
§ 5.12 How are terms defined in this subpart?
Subpart B — Areas Administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
§ 5.15 When must I ask permission from individual Indians to conduct filming and photography?
§ 5.16 When must I ask permission from Indian groups and communities?
§ 5.17 When must I get a lease or permit?
§ 5.18 What wages must I pay to Indian employees?