Author - Nick Goundry


International films have been shooting in Italy since the 1950s, lured by the stunning scenery and well-established film infrastructure. The country’s varied backdrops include the northern mountains of Trentino-Alto Adige, the plains of Turin and Piedmont, and the coasts of Sicily and Puglia.

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Japan film locations

Japan is yet to establish itself as a major international filming location with appeal beyond East Asia, and rarely hosts footloose high-budget international productions for more than a few days. The country has no formal filming incentive programme and is regarded as an expensive place to shoot.

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Thailand film locations

Thailand is a popular filming location for small-scale projects, primarily from Japan and parts of Europe, and is occasionally chosen for high-profile, big-budget shoots. In 2014, Thailand’s cumulative inward investment from several hundred international shoots reached a relatively low $35m.

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