The Artist was filmed in Belgium, France, Oman, United States
The Ebell of Los Angeles
Scene where George Valentin has to accept all of his personal things have to be auctioned to pay the bills.
Scene was shot The Ebell of Los Angeles is a women's club. It also includes a 1,270-seat theatre. It has been owned and operated by the club since 1927. It is the place where the young Judy Garland was discovered. The club itself was formed as a women's club in 1894. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
GPS: ['34.0612297058105', '-118.324935913086']
Cicada Restaurant and Club
Scene where George and Peppy are both eating at the same restaurant.
Scene was shot The Cicade Restaurant is part of the James Oviatt Building, commonly referred to as The Oviatt Building, an Art Deco highrise in Downtown Los Angeles. The building is named after James Zera Oviatt who, in 1909, came to Los Angeles to work as a window dresser at C.C. Desmond's Department Store. The Oviatt Building was designed by the Los Angeles architectural firm of Walker & Eisen. The construction began in August 1927; the building was completed in May 1928. In 1983, the Oviatt Building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
GPS: ['34.0478096008301', '-118.254783630371']
Scene where Peppy Miller and George Valentin meet each other on the stairs of the offices of Kinograph Studios.
Scene was shot None
GPS: ['34.050464', '-118.247737']
Scene where George Valentin - and Constance - on stage after the successful premiere of his new film.
Scene was shot The Orpheum Theatre opened on February 15, 1926. The Orpheum has a Beaux Arts facade designed by movie theater architect G. Albert Lansburgh and has a Mighty Wurlitzer organ, installed in 1928, that is one of three pipe organs remaining in Southern California. Soon after it was opened, it was a popular venue for burlesque queen Sally Rand, the Marx Brothers, Will Rogers, Judy Garland. In the 1960s, the theater held rock 'n' roll concerts featuring Little Richard, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder. The restored Orpheum Theatre is now a venue for live concerts, movie premieres, and location shoots. In 1989 it was renovated for 3 million dollar.
GPS: ['34.0424957275391', '-118.255554199219']