CODA was filmed in the United States of America.
Scene where Leo tells his sister Roby she should use her talent.
Scene was shot Gloucester’s Lane’s Cove is a popular spot for docking boats, snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking. The cove is protected by a scenic granite storm wall.
GPS: ['42.6791038513184', '-70.6586685180664']
Rockport Music - Shalin Liu Performance Center
Scene where Ruby is about to show her skills.
Scene was shot The Performance Center opened in June 2010. The facility provides seating for approximately 330 people and features a third-floor reception space complete with a catering kitchen. The design is a collaboration between architects Alan Joslin and Deborah Epstein, of Epstein Joslin Architects and R. Lawrence Kirkegaard, of Kirkegaard Associates.
GPS: ['42.6583404541016', '-70.6188735961914']
Steel Derrick Quarry
Scene where Ruby and Miles go out for a swim.
Scene was shot Steel Derrick Quarry is a popular swimming spot for local pass holders. But is used to be a granite quarry. It was founded in 1870 and owned by the Pigeon Hill Granite Co. Rockport is located approximately 40 miles (64 km) northeast of Boston at the tip of the Cape Ann peninsula. Today Rockport is primarily a suburban residential and tourist town, but it is still home to a number of lobster fishermen and artists.
GPS: ['42.6689491271973', '-70.6350250244141']
Jodrey State Fish Pier
Scene where Ruby works on the fishing boat of her family.
Scene was shot The boat used for filming is the Angela Rose, the 24 year old boat of Paul Vitale, a fisherman from Gloucester, Massachusetts. Vitale showed his skills to the cast and crew. Gloucester is an important center of the fishing industry and a popular summer destination. It sits on Cape Ann and is part of Massachusetts's North Shore. The population was 28,789 at the 2010 U.S. Census.
GPS: ['42.6135864257813', '-70.6536102294922']