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Welcome, filmmakers – you're in the right place.

The Czech Republic is one of the world's top destinations for international film productions, and a country with an esteemed film history as well as a robust local film culture. In the last 20 years, major studios and independents from all over have brought their films here for awesome locations, world-class facilities, and exceptional talent.

We're the Czech Film Commission. Our job is to help you find locations for your projects, give you the facts about legal and logistical conditions in our country, provide contacts for the best local partners for your project, and help you get the most out of your shoot in the Czech Republic.

If you're looking at the Czech Republic for the first time, we'll introduce you to our country and its people and help you get to know those great locations, facilities and crews you keep hearing about.

If you're a returning filmmaker, we'll update you on the latest news about our activities and changes affecting conditions for filmmaking in the Czech Republic.

For everyone we have the most reliable and up-to-date information about shooting here, contacts for local film professionals, summaries of local legal requirements, and tips on how to look after your crew off the set as well.

The Czech Film Commission looks forward to working with you. Contact us. We speak Filmmaking.

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