Shooting in Czech Republic

Shooting in Czech Republic


There is a lot of resons why to shoot in the Czech Republic: experienced professionals building on a 120-year long filmmaking tradition; skilled and synced local crews;  11 centuries of European architecture and variety of natural scenery in a country that you can traverse within a 6-hour drive from east to west; Well-equipped studios with adaptable backlots; regional funding and a network of 11 regional film offices... 

The Czech Film Commission was established in 2004 to support audiovisual production in the Czech Republic and promote the country to international filmmakers as one of the world’s top destinations for international film productions.

  • Czech Film Commission provides consultation, guidance and contacts to incoming filmmakers and are the most comprehensive resource for information about filmmaking locally, from legal requirements and permits, to talent and tips on where to throw a wrap party.  
  • Czech Film Commission links international filmmakers to the local audiovisual infrastructure and to local authorities. And the communication goes two ways.
  • Czech Film Commission also listens to the developing needs of film industry professionals and communicate those to municipal and state institutions to ensure the Czech Republic remains a competitive partner on a global level.

See more: Czech Film Commission

/Main photo by Kimberley French: Roman Griffin Davis, Taika Waititi and Scarlett Johansson shooting Jojo Rabbit, directed by Taika Waititi. Read more about shooting in Prague./

Czech Film Center

Národní 28, 110 00 Praha 1
Česká republika


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