Abu Dhabi pulled out all the stops to house Bollywood action thriller Tiger Zinda Hai, the biggest ever production to shoot in the emirate.
SHOWCASING THE WORLD’S FILM, TV AND COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS
Much less developed than present-day Israel and complete with helpfully derelict tuna factories, southern Italy and Sicily became the perfect stand-ins for the Holy Land in Garth Davis’s Mary Magdalene.
A dry summer in New Zealand proved an aesthetic challenge when The Walt Disney Company’s A Wrinkle In Time came to shoot in 2017.
(Image: Nick Wall/BBC) James Watkins’ globetrotting TV series McMafia filmed entirely on location for 29 weeks, shooting in places many producers fear to tread.
(Image: Kirsty Griffin) Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur talks to Melanie Goodfellow about shooting Adrift on the South Pacific island of Fiji.
(Image: Robert Viglasky) The reputation of Hungary’s technical crew and craftspeople helped to draw Wash Westmoreland’s period drama Colette to the country.
A Prayer Before Dawn opted to shoot in Thailand when filmmakers found the perfect set and fantastic local crews.
(Troy: Fall Of A City image courtesy of Wild Mercury Productions/Graham Batholomew) Two countries at the tip of Africa offer a booming film infrastructure that appeals to both large-scale Hollywood shoots and independent European productions.