Filming on location in Estonia with Allfilm
Estonia’s AV sector is growing fast and more production houses from around the world are realising the country’s potential as a great location for shooting both commercials and features.
Estonia is full of surprising and undiscovered locations. Starting from magnificent natural locations such as bogs, different type of forests and wild seaside beaches, Estonia also offers capital city Tallinn which has remarkable historic urban architecture as well as vibrant contemporary buildings. Tallinn’s unique characteristic is its dense and compact mix of buildings and urban spaces from different eras.
Estonians are well known for their great work ethic and are proficient in several languages. The most widely spoken languages in Estonia are English, Russian, Finnish and German.
Allfilm is one of the oldest production houses in Estonia, located in the heart of Tallinn. The company has provided professional production services for features, documentaries and TV commercials to companies from the Nordic countries, the UK, Ireland, France, Russia, the US and Asia, but also produces its own films and local commercials.
Our latest full length feature film In the Crosswind (see the trailer below) was premiered in cinemas at the end of March and at present we are co-producers with Making Movies from Finland and KickFilm from Germany on our next historical feature film The Fencer.
During your filming in Estonia, Allfilm will not only secure you effective solutions but also internationally experienced English-speaking crews, professional camera, light and grip equipment and sound stages. We have experience of vast set construction and special effects, and there are short travel times between sets.
Our experience, international network and longstanding partnerships worldwide enable us to find the most competitive solutions for your ideas. Located at the heart of the junction between Europe and Scandinavia, our casting, location and management services reach beyond Estonian borders to the Baltic region, Finland and Russia.
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