There are a lot of reasons 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 a 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 13 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.
See more: Czech Film Commission
Annual budget: EUR 48 million (CZK 1,2 billion)
Type of incentive: Cash rebate
No application deadline
What we support:
How much you get:
How to qualify:
○○ EUR 610,000 (CZK 15 million) for a feature, animated or TV film
○○ EUR 81,000 (CZK 2 million) for a documentary film
○○ EUR 325,000 (CZK 8 million) for a TV episode
○○ EUR 40,000 (CZK 1 million) for an animated series
How to apply:
Find out more about production incentives in the Czech Republic HERE.
The Czech Film Commission supports regional film offices whose primary role is to attract film crews to the region and maximize the benefits of audiovisual production for the region. For filmmakers, they are a valuable source of information about the region, building on a good knowledge of the local environment and a good network of long-established contacts that facilitate filming in their region.
List of regional film offices HERE.