Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi are some of the busiest production hubs in the US. But Florida’s production activity has been decimated following the end of the financial incentive.
SHOWCASING THE WORLD’S FILM, TV AND COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS
The Australian industry is lobbying for an improved incentive to keep the country internationally competitive, while New Zealand’s vistas remain perennially appealing.
(Mission: Impossible – Fallout image courtesy of Tom Cruise/Twitter) There is plenty of competition between the emirates of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, as well as Morocco and Jordan, to attract international productions, which means...
(Star Wars: The Last Jedi image: John Wilson/Lucasfilm 2018. Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved) Stunning natural locations and architecture combined with an attractive incentive have made Croatia one of Europe’s leading shooting hubs. Now...
(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.
(Genius image: National Geographic/Dusan Martincek) The appeal of the locations, facilities and crews of Eastern Europe and Eurasia is as strong as ever.
(Lean On Pete image: Scott Patrick Green) Features and TV series head west for the iconic backdrops and a slice of 21st century Americana.
Asian countries are vying to win over international filmmakers with expanded facilities and enhanced incentives.