Poland remains something of a secret on the worldwide production map. Despite the recognition of the film school in Lodz or the celebrated success of Polish directors like Roman Polanski, Krzysztof Kieslowski, and our most recently departed Andrzej Wajda, the wide variety of Poland locations – old and new - are less known than many in neighboring East-European countries. They offer a fresh look at a very fair price.
The Polish Film Commission recently invited foreign location scouts for an up-close look. The Location Guide was on hand to report back on how Poland “amazed” the group. Here’s a look at what they found.
One of Poland’s most experienced advertising producers, and a long-time production partner of Procter & Gamble, is Gosia Zatorska Trojanowska. She shares the reins at PSN Poland with Julia Bidakowska, who comments on some key considerations to shooting in Poland.
Q: Why do you think foreign producers choose to shoot a project in Poland?
A: Interesting and very diverse locations are close together. Our crews and equipment are top-notch. And our costs are low.Continue reading