Asian countries are vying to win over international filmmakers with expanded facilities and enhanced incentives.
SHOWCASING THE WORLD’S FILM, TV AND COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS
Iceland, Norway and Finland all offer financial incentives to international film and TV producers, but productions come for the incredible locations.
(Mission: Impossible – Fallout image: Lifestyle Pictures/Alamy) New studios are being built and existing ones expanded as the UK responds to record-breaking international demand.
(Behind the scenes on Kursk: Via Est/Belga Productions) An increasing number of international productions are choosing to shoot in this dynamic and compact region of northern Europe.
Snow, fog, abandoned psychiatric hospitals and inspiring silver-birch forests that run on for miles are all on offer in Estonia. The northern European country borders the Baltic Sea, the Gulf of Finland and is a short ferry trip from Finland...
(Image: imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock) A new film incentive is beginning to attract feature production to Portugal.
(Red Sparrow image: Action Press/REX/Shutterstock) Austria’s unique locations can easily be combined with studio facilities in neighbouring countries.
When Samuel L Jackson came to shoot Big Game in Munich in the German region of Bavaria in 2013, he made sure to visit Oktoberfest and sample some famous German beers.