Locations in Hungary
There are a large variety of architectural styles in Hungary, they easily double other European cities and famous landmarks. An example of this are German, Italian, French streets, interiors, vineyards, landscapes, etc.
Hungary has huge and small lakes, wide and narrow rivers, endless fields and beautiful forests as well as several backlots: two medieval towns, renaissance Italian city, XIX century New York, 2nd WW barracks, XXI century New York.
Why come to Hungary
you’ll find the widest variety of cast, with all ethnicities represented, as Budapest is the biggest capital in the region
talents have low rate, daily fee and and buyout fees as well
talents are experienced, English speaking and not unionized
great stunt crews
Hungary have the best animal handlers, beside the regular dogs and cats, we have wolfs, beers, deers and many others as well
working days are long, 12 hours with 45 minutes lunchbreak
the Crew is very experienced in their field and they communicate well in English
there are no unions
all the major equipments are available, including all type of cameras, technocranes, Russian arm, steadicams, fightheads, 3D beam splitter, motion controls, drones, etc.
Production houses: Rattling Stick, Caviar, Smuggler, Independent Media, Tobbogan, RSA, Caspar&Co Productions, Biscuit Filmworks, Just So, Tobago Films, Gang Films, Storner, e+p films, We Young, Erste Liebe, Soft Citizen, Spy Films, Bacon, Motion Blur ...
Directors: Karim Do, Janusz Kaminski, Tim Godsall, Todd Field, Jonathan Notaro, Peter Atencio, Aladino Debert, Arni & Kinski, Noam Murro, Bjoern Ruhmann, Oskar Holmedal, Gary Lankford, John J Budion, Kenan Moran, Frank Samuel, Rad-ish, Koichi Tokuhira, Yusuke Tanaka, Tomokazu Yamada, Daihachi Yoshida, Anton Watts, Rob Sanders, David Lodge, Jonny Madderson and Jono Stevens, Clay Weiner, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Julien Potart, Carine Charaire and Olivier Casamayou ...
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