World of Locations

Finland film locations


Film-makers of European film, TV and commercials are drawn to Finland thanks to its guarantee of snow throughout the extended winter period of mid-October to early May. It also provides lush green vistas in the summer.

Finnish Lapland

Lapland spans the northern reaches of Finland and borders Sweden to the west, Norway to the north and Russia to the east. As a result of Lapland’s extended wintry conditions, its myriad ski slopes are a major international appeal and the Pyha...


Though the state certainly has other attractions — year-round sunshine, a well-developed film and TV infrastructure, beaches, the multicultural city of Miami, the Florida Keys and the Everglades National Park among them — Florida’s recent...

Georgia film locations


Georgia has grown to become the third busiest production hub in the US, hosting 245 film and TV projects in fiscal 2016 (down three from 2015), representing a direct spend of $2.2bn (up 19% from the previous year).


State-backed agency Film France kicked off 2016 with a drive to transform the country’s reputation as an expensive place to shoot following the introduction of enhanced tax credits for both local and international producers in January.


While Germany boasts world-class technicians and facilities, and its producers are known as reliable international co-production partners, the German film industry is becoming increasingly concerned it is falling behind in the race to house big...

Hungary film locations


The Hungarian capital Budapest is a chameleon city with magnificent architecture. Film-makers shooting there have recreated Prague, Berlin, Vienna, Paris and Buenos Aires. Hungary’s other big attraction for international productions is its...


Iceland, quite simply, looks like no other place on earth — lava fields, black sand beaches, fjords, glaciers, icy mountains, waterfalls. That is one reason Disney went there to shoot parts of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A...