SHOWCASING THE WORLD’S FILM, TV AND COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS

World of Locations

China

With the buzz around China’s box office and financing deals, the country still attracts international productions but can no longer be regarded as a low-cost destination to shoot. As the local film industry is booming, competition for cast...

Colombia film locations

Colombia

A generous new cash rebate and the end of its devastating drug wars have opened up Colombia to international productions. The creation of Colombia Film Fund in 2012 launched an enticing 40% rebate for international productions shooting in the...

Colorado

With a diverse geography taking in the Rocky Mountains, plains and deserts, Colorado attracts film-makers mostly because of its locations, though the state’s incentive programme is also a draw.

Croatia film locations

Croatia

Croatia has sustained a high profile as an international filming location in recent years and is a popular double for more expensive European cities. Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Sea is particularly popular. Significantly, the city has been the...

Czech Republic film locations

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a small country in the heart of Europe, with a hefty incentive and a long film-making tradition. In recent months, a variety of films and TV dramas of different budgets and genres have been shooting in the country.

Dubai

Dubai is a modern and cosmopolitan city best known for its striking urban locations such as the Burj Khalifa — the tallest building in the world — luxury hotel Burj Al Arab and the Palm Jumeirah manmade island. Producers also have access to...

England

There are three key reasons why international producers shoot in England: fiscal incentives, talent (above and below the line) and facilities. London remains the heart of the UK film industry. In the city or nearby are the major studios, VFX...