Pirania Film shoots channel idents on location across Warsaw for Viva
Pirania Film shot at a dozen different locations across Warsaw filming idents for local Viacom channel subsidiary Viva. The short five-second films were designed to capture the vitality of European cities in a general sense and will be screened in Poland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
“We filmed in 12 different locations in Warsaw,” explained Agnieszka Morys of Pirania Film: “We filmed exteriors and interiors, on the street of Warsaw downtown, in a shop and showroom, on the roof of a high-rise in the city centre, in a park, on the riverside, close to the Warsaw airport (exterior), in a club, in a theatre and at the pool (interior).
“These locations were chosen by the client who meant to present a modern and busy international city that you might identify as any European international city.”
Locations were largely kept in their natural state and time pressures travelling between shoot spots was among the main challenges.
Locations were chosen by the client who meant to present a modern and busy international city that you might identify as any European international city.
Agnieszka Morys, Pirania Film
Warsaw is a popular filming location because it offers varied architecture that’s the result of rebuilding in the aftermath of World War II. The city lies on the Vistula River and is about 160 miles from the Baltic Sea. Producers filming locally can access a strong crew base and access to the rest of Europe is easy.
Production visiting Warsaw between May and October can get summer temperatures that peak at about 30 Degrees Celsius, making it an inviting central European filming location.
Client: VIVA Polska (Viacom International Media Networks)
Production Company: Pirania Film, Warsaw
Producer: Agnieszka Morys
Director of Photography: Damian Kotzur
Director: Piotr Rzepliński
Image: VIVA Polska (Viacom International Media Networks)
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