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Forums Pre-Production Forum Shooting TVCM in Tbilisi and Republik of Georgia

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  • Lansing Lio
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    Trying to find out whether it is safe to shoot in Tbilisi and Republic of Georgia or not. If there are anybody have shot TVCM there recently, please tell me what is the situation like there? It will be some village outside of the city surrounded by hills and mountain.

    dear Masato,
    i think i can find for you such locations in Bulgaria.


    Lis tandy
    Member

    Dear Masato Yamada,
    Why not trying to shoot with Carter Films in Romania? There are plenty of beautiful locations as you are looking for. We are producing a lot of TVCMs and have a very good knowledge of Japanese film production. We recently produced an Anglo – Japanese feature film production: The Chosyu Five, Director: Sho Igarashi, Producer: PMC Global (UK/USA/Japan). Please feel free to contact me to provide you with more information on opportunities to shoot with Carter Films in Romania. References available upon request. Regards,
    Gabriel Achim
    Gabriel.Achim@carter.ro
    http://www.carter.ro

    Dear Masato,

    I am writing from Bars Media, a production company located in Armenia. We have a very good experience in working with foreign production companies and providing full production services (TVC for Le Spot Production, Greece, Documentary film for WDR, Germany, etc.). Last year our company successfully worked in a documentary about a Georgian artist in Tbilisi. There is no risk working there. In extreme cases, if needed, Georgian police can accompanied the filming crew. Tbilisi is only 6 hours away from Yerevan and we can organize all necessary filming in Georgia. However, if you change your mind about filming TVC in the Republic of Georgia, we can suggest you to do it in Armenia, an ancient country of mountains and history.
    You can contact me at inna@barsmedia.am e-mail address. Our Web site is http://www.barsmedia.am.

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best Regards,

    Inna


    Enis Riza
    Member

    Dear Masato,
    I am writing to you from Turkey. We have very similar locations to our neighbour Armenia. If it does not work for you in Tblisi please contact us at eksyapim@sinekol.com with your requirements. We can send you information if you give us your contact numbers and address.
    Thanks and best wishes.
    Eris Akman

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