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. Read More
Author - Nick Goundry
(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. Read More
The Australian industry is lobbying for an improved incentive to keep the country internationally competitive, while New Zealand’s vistas remain perennially appealing. Read More
(Mile 22 image: Nelson Cardenas)
Jaw-dropping natural locations, eye-catching cities and a relative proximity to North America puts Latin America and selected islands of the Caribbean on the map. Read More
Iceland, Norway and Finland all offer financial incentives to international film and TV producers, but productions come for the incredible locations. Read More
(Red Sparrow image: Action Press/REX/Shutterstock)
Austria’s unique locations can easily be combined with studio facilities in neighbouring countries.
It may be relatively expensive to shoot in Switzerland but the country’s stunning locations are enough to attract many producers.