News from the film location Austria
Trailer of Hollywood production "Downhill" released
Seen on Screen & FOCUS 2019
International Film Tourism Conference ”Seen on Screen” & FOCUS in London
New photos from the shooting of Indian action thriller
"Saaho" - Trailer & Song
Trailer and Song „Enni Soni“ from Bollywood blockbuster „Saaho“ presented
Marché du Film 2019
Have a look at some impressions at our participation at this years International Film Festival in Cannes
See you in Cannes – Meet us there from May 14th to 19th
Location Austria went Diagonale - Festival of Austrian Film
Have a look at some impressions of our activities at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival
Bollywood in Austria
Delegation of Indian film producers on tour in Austria
The Spy Who Dumped Me presented in cinemas
The action comedy "The Spy Who Dumped Me" that was partly shot in Vienna in autumn 2017 is released in cinemas.
Location Tour in Austria
Monumental Pictures searching for filming locations in Salzburg and Lower Austria
Marché du Film 2018
Have a look at some impressions from our attendance at the Marché du Film in Cannes
Festival de Cannes
See you in Cannes – Meet us there from May 9th to 16th
Location Austria went Diagonale - Festival of Austrian Film!
Join us at the Berlin International Film Festival 2018!
Yash Raj Films presents the official Tiger Zinda Hai trailer
Among other locations the Indian action movie Tiger Zinda Hai was shot in Tyrol this March.
A James Bond World of Experience Created in Sölden
007 Elements is the name of the cinematic James Bond Installation under construction on the inside of the Gaislachkogl Mountain in Sölden.
Hollywood star in Vienna for a film shooting
Actress Mila Kunis (“Black Swan”, “Bad Moms”) was a guest in Vienna for her new action film “The Spy Who Dumped Me”.
Festival de Cannes 2017
This year as well we've been at the Festival de Cannes to meet international producers to talk about the advantages of Austria as film location.
Location scouting with Star Wars producer Jo Homewood
In search of the perfect locations Arie Bohrer and Jo Homewood had a look around in Salzburg and Tyrol.
“Tiger Zinda Hai” Shooting in Tirollywood – The Biggest Indian Film Production in Tirol So Far
Shooting for the Indian action film “Tiger Zinda Hai” began in mid-March in Tirol. Filming has been scheduled for 16 days in Innsbruck and its Holiday Villages (Praxmar/Sellrain, Lüsens, Obsteig, Kühtai), in Kaunertal Valley and in Hall in Tirol.
FNE TV: Febiofest SK and FNE Association present "Slovakia Austria Film Neighbours"
FNE Association teamed up with Febiofest Slovakia to present "Slovakia Austria Film Neighbours". The event took place on 7th and 8th March and had a look at cooperations between the two film industries.
Location Austria attending Berlinale 2017
Location Austria was attending Berlinale 2017. Have a look at some nice impressions of their activities in Berlin.
Indian film production team shooting in Austria
The Indian film production with the biggest production budget of all Indian films this year, will shoot parts of their project in Tyrol (Austria) in March 2017.
Meet us @ "Seen on Screen" in London
Join us at "Seen on Screen" to explore the huge economic and promotional benefits to destinations and visitor attractions of screen tourism.
Successful second round of "Film & Tourism"
After the first event "Film & Tourism" in Vienna this spring, the second round took place in Salzburg on the 10th of November.
Event Film & Tourism in Salzburg on the 10th of November
Location Austria and the BMWFW invites you to the event Film & Tourism in Salzburg on the 10th of November.
Pardes me hai mera Dil - Indian TV series shooting in Austria
The production company Robinville was impressed by the film location Austria and was shooting here.
Production Company China Film on Location Scouting in Austria
The Chinese Film Production Company China Film Co. Ltd. was on location scouting in Austria this summer. We showed them our stunning capital, Vienna.
Pinewood and APA in Austria
Our colleagues from Pinewood Studios Group and APA (Agency of the Performing Arts) visited us in Austria.