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Germany offers a wealth of locations including vast forests, rivers and mountain ranges, period architecture, modern cities and sporting venues. The German people are incredibly welcoming and have a strong work ethic to ensure that on location shoots run on time. Germany trades in the Euro. It is a relatively expensive place to shoot but the film infrastructure is second to none, so you do get what you pay for. Any locations requiring travel outside of the main production centres are an additional cost to filming. Germany has a good pool of local directors, directors of photography and stills photographers. Germany has world renowned, experienced, efficient professional technical and creative crews. Crews speak fluent English.

Rebate: 20% Cash Grant

Temperature: 0 to 24 Degrees

Avg. Rainfall: 775mm

Easy Permissions

Diverse Locations


Germany offers a 20% non-repayable grant of the qualified production expenses. 


Germany ranks 20th in the World Bank’s ease of business index, where a limited bureaucracy works fast alongside a visitor-friendly visa system. The crime rate is zero and permissions are easily attainable.


​Green Hills | Snow Mountains | ​Beaches | ​Temperate Rainforest | Green Plains | Dry Lands | Semi Desert | Plateau | ​Glacier | Alpine Forest | Lakes | Deciduous | Forests | ​Rivers


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For specific and categorized locations such as castles, parks, public buildings, transport, rural, nature, hotels, beaches, residential buildings, infrastructure, streets, medieval architecture etc. please contact us.

Discuss the shots and let us give you the perfect locations for a defined budget anywhere in the world. 

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