Last year, 584 feature films sought permits to shoot in Los Angeles. Some had budgets as high as $170 million for a Marvel Studios hero flick. But also filming on the streets of the city are super-low-budget films made by students and other Hollywood hopefuls, the Los Angeles Times reports. Some are working without permits despite a city ordinance that makes it a misdemeanor to film without one.
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