We supply international production companies, producers, directors and photographers with film and photo locations and provide full production support. We have been scouting exterior and interior locations for our extensive Berlin location archive for the production of movies, TV, commercials, music videos, documentaries, as well as for print advertising campaigns, magazine fashion editorials and catalog photo shootings.
In our Berlin location library we have a huge selection of digitalized photos:
locations such as historic buildings, modern city feel locations, artsy Berlin graffiti exterior and interiors as well as the small village feel with cobblestone streets and old fashioned buildings, street cafes and markets and all this in the middle of Berlin.
Berlin also has beautiful landscapes with rivers, ponds, lakes and jetties, hills, forests, manicured flower gardens and parks around castles in the city and in the close region around Berlin.
Best known is Berlin nowadays probably for its modern lifestyle bars and restaurants, clubs and dance floors and those Berlin locations that are so typical for the city, like shabby chic painted walls, old factories and ruins. However great filming locations are the numerous historic buildings like cathedrals, churches, castles and museums, either beautifully restored or left with a very photogenic patina. Streets lined with 19th century buildings or newly built contemporary high rises to upscale luxury neighborhoods with impressive old luxury mansions or modern contemporary villas - there is hardly any location you will not find when considering filming in Berlin.
We are aware that in the film production and photographic industries creative concepts might change and locations need to be adjusted accordingly during the pre-production process, but we don’t give up until you are happy.
Please send us your film treatment, storyboard or a mail with a simple outline of your location ideas.
Berlin city's architecture in the 21st century has been shaped by the key role the city played in Germany's 20th-century history. Each of the governments based in Berlin added its distinct flavor to the city's architecture - the Kingdom of Prussia, the Weimar Republic, Nazi Germany, East Germany and the reunified Federal Republic of Germany. Berlin's history has left the city with an eclectic assortment of architecture and it hasn’t stopped yet. Berlin still has challenging programs to fill the gaps that were left after the 2nd World War and the environment of the Berlin Wall.