Norway is famous for its mountains, glaciers, deep coastal fjords, and Viking history. Norway is famous for its mountains, glaciers, deep coastal fjords, and Viking history, but also offer modern architecture in city and nature settings. Local crews are of the highest international standard, and equipment houses can deliver cutting edge equipment and camera movement systems. Norway has a good depth of key and support crew that speak fluent English and is accustomed to working on international sets. Recent projects partly shot in Norway, including James Bond - No Time to Die, Mission: Impossible - Fallout and many more.
Rebate: 25% Cash Grant
Temperature: 10.9 to 19.5 Degrees
Avg. Rainfall: 163.15mm
Norway offers a cash grant of up to 25% for qualifying productions.
Norway ranks 8th 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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