SOUTHEAST EUROPE

SERBIA, CROATIA, MONTENEGRO, SLOVENIA, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, ROMANIA, MACEDONIA, GREECE

Locations. Permits. Contributors. Cast. Crew. Gear. Vehicles. Hotels.

Filming in Balkan

Filming Incentive is 25% cash rebate on spending in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Bosnia & Hrezegovina; In Romania is between 35-45%, and in Greece is 40%. Qualifying formats are Feature film - fiction (theatrical), Feature film - documentary (theatrical), TV Film or TV series - fiction, TV Film or TV series - documentary, Commercials (TV, theatrical, online) Qualifying productions are National productions, Foreign productions and Co-productions. We provide comprehensive, film production support and help producers to prepare and set up their shoot in Sout-east Europe ( Balkan). We work with the finest vendors and professionals in all departments: Film investment, Legal, Location scouting and Permitting, Casting, Equipment, Crew, Catering, Underwater, Transport, Art, Costume, SFX, Stunts, Post-production, Accommodation, Tax accounting, etc.

Pre Production

  • Location scouting

  • Location permits /access

  • Sourcing contributors

  • Casting

  • Budgeting

  • Scheduling

  • Organising logistics

  • Vehicle hire

  • Gear hire

  • Bilingual Crew hire

On Location

  • Location scouting

  • Location permits /access

  • Sourcing contributors

  • Casting

  • Budgeting

  • Scheduling

  • Organising logistics

  • Vehicle hire

  • Gear hire

  • Bilingual Crew hire

Post Production

While provide studios and editing facilities and also, we do provide the following services in post:

  • Translation

  • Transcription

  • Subtitiling

  • Voice Over

  • Audio Editing




















Filmed in Balkan

Over the years, many projects have shot in Serbia. Most recently, the country has hosted James McTeigue’s “The Raven” (2012), James Mather’s and Stephen St. Leger’s “Lockout” (2012), McG’s “3 Days to Kill” (2014), Roger Donaldson’s “The November Man” (2014), Joe Lynch’s “Everly” (2014), Kai Barry’s “Newcomer” (2015), and Jason Zada’s “The Forest” (2016). Serbia was featured prominently in the recent horror film The Forest, starring Natalie Dormer. The production doubled Tara National Park for Japan’s Aokigahara Forest.