Hungary Locations

 

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About the Hungarian Locations

In Budapest you will find the whole Europe in one city (Rome, Paris, Munich (Steven Spielberg's Munich), Berlin (Spygame), Frankfurt, London, Athens, Amsterdam, Buenos Aires (Evita) and so on.
Besides our picturesque architecture, we offer modern film studios with state-of-the-art equipment.
Thanks to the favorable regulations of the Hungarian government, more and more international productions are choosing Budapest, just to name a few: Blade Runner 2049 (2017), HHhH (2017) Atomic Blonde (2017), Inferno (2016) The Martian (2015) Spy (2015), Hercules (2014), World War Z (2013), Die Hard: Last Day (2013), Bel Ami (2012)
- Hungary has a prominent place in international movie history, and some of the legends building Hollywood were also Hungarian (Michael Curtiz, Alexander Korda, Adolph Zukor, William Fox or Béla Lugosi).
- Two Hungarian cameramen took a prominent part in American movie production during the Cold War: Vilmos Zsigmond won an Academy Award, and László Kovács got an ASC Lifetime Achievement Award. And we shouldn’t forget about the great talents of the present, including Nimród Antal and Gyula Pados, who made Hungarian movie production more famous.
- Hungarian movie production has old traditions, great schools and an innovative approach, thus provides an ideal location for foreign productions.
- Hungary is a member of the EU, which fact besides several other advantages provides an opportunity for a safe and plannable movie making.
- Thanks to the European way of thinking foreign productions arrive in a country, where there are no unpleasant surprises, and it’s easy to prepare for even a high-profile movie.

- Opposed to the previous strict regulations preparing for a shoot is easier, faster and more cost-effective in Hungary than it used to be.
- Regarding filming permits, administration or difficult organization tasks, cooperating with an appropriate coproduction partner risks are minimizable.

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