Breathtaking locations, diverse climate zones, experienced crew and affordable prices – these are main features, that make Georgia a perfect place for filming. Located on the crossroads of Eastern Europe and West Asia, Georgia is a small country, spread below the Caucasian range between the Black and the Caspian Seas. The landscape is quite varied: deserts and subtropical areas, swamps and temperate rainforests, eternal snows and glaciers, forests and semi-arid plains. Assuming the size of the country, one can easily drive from snowy-covered mountains to desert and seaside within only a few hours. Combination of uniqueness and diversity, Georgia is also a place to see for its wide range of architectural styles. Alongside contemporary buildings there is a mixture of local, Byzantine, Neoclassical and Soviet architecture, as well as constructions dated 3rd or 4th Century BC, including cave cities, churches and fortresses. Diverse landscapes, architecture and exotic locations make possible to portray different parts of the world in different era.
Filming in Georgia is much cheaper and easier, than in US and Western Europe or even other Eastern European countries. Public spaces like airport, subway, harbor and railway station can also be used as a filming location easily, without excessive bureaucracy. Affordable prices and minimal regulations makes Georgia nice place to work.
In recent years Georgia hosted several international film projects like
(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2177827/ ) by Michel Hazanavicius, President
(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3966942/ ) by Mohsen Makhmalbaf, and Partisan
(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3155242/ ) by Ariel Kleiman. With its rich cinematic legacy and 100 years of experience in filmmaking, Georgia has a professional cast and crew, always ready to deal with challenges.
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