Asian countries are vying to win over international filmmakers with expanded facilities and enhanced incentives.
SHOWCASING THE WORLD’S FILM, TV AND COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS
Iceland, Norway and Finland all offer financial incentives to international film and TV producers, but productions come for the incredible locations.
New studios are being built and existing ones expanded as the UK responds to record-breaking international demand.
An increasing number of international productions are choosing to shoot in this dynamic and compact region of northern Europe.
Diverse locations, an appealing urban vibe of old-meets-new and a 20% cash rebate are putting Georgia on the map. Louise Tutt reports.
The state-backed Trinidad & Tobago Film Company (FilmTT) was launched a little over a decade ago as a headquarters for the local film industry and to provide logistical support and film commission services to any productions interested in...
Jordan has a long and illustrious history as an international shooting location dating back to the 1960s, when David Lean’s Lawrence Of Arabia filmed in the desert wilderness of Wadi Rum.
It has been a high-profile couple of years for the United Arab Emirates capital of Abu Dhabi. The iconic Etihad Towers played a starring role in one of the most spectacular chase scenes of Fast And Furious 7, in which the characters of Vin...