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Filming in Jordan

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Jordan offers a Middle Eastern production hub and is routinely used by Hollywood productions as a more secure double for places like Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

It has an impressive track record of lending equipment and resources to big-budget productions, which often makes it an easy option for cinema’s most powerful producers.

The city of Amman offers a modern urban metropolis and the government is encouraging the growth of a fuller domestic production industry.

The work keeps rolling in for one of the region's latest production power houses.

The Royal Film Commission is recognised by the British Council and the UK film industry as an outstanding organisation and centre of excellence in the Arab World, and we are confident our collaboration will go from strength to strength in the future."

Robin Rickard, Director of the British Council Jordan


Most of Jordan has a desert climate with very little rainfall. Temperatures in July and August soar and are the hottest and driest months of the year. Amman, and the Jordan Valley in general, has a more moderate temperature. It can get very cold during the winter, especially in Amman, with snow, rain and wind

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