Locations in Estonia
The capital of Estonia is Tallinn. It´s Old Town architecture is mainly gothic, baroque, rococo and classicism. The oldest buildings date back to 12th century and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Estonia has a long, indented and diverse marine coastline of 3,794 km including white sand beaches and stony shores. Glaciar erratics (i.e. giant travelling boulders) some as big as a house are quite common to otherwise flat northern coast.
Estonia has over 1200 lakes and more than 2200 islands.
Locations: Beach, road, backlot, old town, modern Nordic architecture, Soviet architecture, forest, marsh, fields, parks, village, sea, islands, airport, port, train, military, ferry, boats, marinas, apartments, lofts, offices, mansions, forts, medieval, abandoned, etc.
Why come to Estonia
2 international airports (Tallinn, Tartu)
Estonia is member of EU and NATO and belongs to the Schengen Area
climate is transitional, between maritime and continental, cold winters with snow and warm summers with up to 18,5 hours of daylight in June and July
Estonia has 27 ports and harbours
low talent buyouts and rates, easy permits for road blocking, drones, etc.
all sorts of gear available
very talented art department and other crew with experience of working on large projects
all crew speaks fluent English. Most talents speak fluent English
diverse cast possible
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