Another country on the outskirts of Europe Armenia is a generally “undiscovered” land when it comes to shooting. Its’ stories, people, locations and culture remain to be told to the world and it is just a matter of time and an opportunistic mind to shed the light on them.
A country with a wild and eventful history, Bosnia & Herzegovina is a place filled with incredible stories, diverse culture and amazing locations, starting from its’ wild nature all the way to its’ cities and most notably Sarajevo, with the scars of the war still intact to preserve the memory of it.
With more than 1300 years of history Bulgaria sure has a lot to tell. Its’ location in the middle of the Balkans is the reason it has languished between the East and the West spheres of power.
Even though it is a land split in two and in dispute, Cyprus remains one of the most fascinating and historically important islands in the Mediterranean sea with remarkable landscapes, local stories and culture. Film Fixers Balkans can offer you support in both parts of the island.
There you can find Georgia, an incredible country with amazing seaside cities, unique culture and the most welcoming of people. More and more productions, especially TV ones, are discovering Georgia – the country has locations like no other, great crews and is full of amazing stories waiting to be told.
Hungary needs no introduction – it has long been one of the two most preferred shooting locations in Europe and it is not hard to see why – great governmental stimulus, top studio sets, easy access, some of the best crews and the heritage of the Austro-Hungarian empire best noticed in its’ architecture.
The world is slowly waking up to discover the country tucked between Romania and Ukraine. One of the least visited countries in Europe, Moldova has managed to keep its wilderness intact and its’ cities are one of the best preserved examples of Soviet architecture. It has many stories to tell, whether on historical or social topics.
Surely one of the most beautiful places in Europe, Montenegro is a sort of a boutique filming location. Something you can’t find anywhere else – the miraculous Adriatic Riviera with the mountain backdrops, the smaller villages when you go inside the country.
Famously known as the home of Dracula, Romania is so much more than that! The gorgeous Danube delta, the beautiful landscapes of Bucharest and its’ other big cities, the Vienna-style architecture in its’ western part! The big studio sets combined with tax rebate are a great pull too!
Slightly under the radar maybe but Serbia is surely becoming one of the best filming locations a producer might choose, whether it is a TV show, film or a documentary. Great studio sets, magnificent locations, very experienced local crews, tax rebate and world-class post-production facilities.
A small land, but filled with amazing castles, medieval sets and Bratislava on the banks of the Danube - a fascinating beneficial interaction between its recognized history and the brutal late past. Even after the split with Czechia-Slovakia has remained a top shooting destination.
With breathtaking mountains, lakes, architecture, and castles, Slovenia offers exceptional value for filmmakers shooting in central Europe. Similar to Austria or Germany, but much more affordable, Slovenia is like a discount coupon for productions on a budget. Experienced local crews guarantee a smooth process.
The land of the Byzantine Empire and then the Ottoman Empire. A country so rich in stories, diverse culture, remarkable people but not only that – also one of the fastest developing countries in Europe – home of the largest studio sets in the peninsula and great locations.
Combining imperial history and the being part of the Soviet Union, Ukraine is a truly unique country, with its’ amazing rural side as well as the marvellous city of Kyiv. A hot topic not only in diplomatic but also in producers’ circles, Ukraine is steadily on its’ way to become a cinematic giant.