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Reach out to us with project details that will help us help you. The more we learn from your brief / calendar / board / animatic / references / script and all else, the better we can determine the most suitable location and suggest how to optimize a production plan. We’re your local Partner to see a project greenlit so we can shoot it abroad together.

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Some Case Studies


Case Study - Max (HBO)

The brief: To portray an American flight attendant escaping from a far-flung country where she’s the prime suspect of a gruesome murder in a hotel penthouse.

The request: To pitch the concept to the film office and suitable hotels in a GCC territory. Authorities would ultimately disapprove of the scene.

The result:  Golden Globes and Writers Guild Nominations! We pivoted the show’s creators to determine a feasible alternative location.   “Thank you so much to the entire Bangkok crew for helping us to bring The Flight Attendant to life. We’re beyond grateful for all the hard work!” Showrunners Meredith Lavender & Marcie Ulin.

Click to see credits for episodes 103 & 108, serviced by PSN Italyepisodes 201 & 202, serviced by PSN Germany; and episodes 203 & 204, serviced by PSN Iceland.


Case Study - Netflix

See how we worked with producers of a Netflix series to hone-in on the most suitable location.

The brief: Film a greenlit streamer series portraying a global pandemic with minimal travel.

The request: Scour the world for one country to double as many for a script still in development.

The result: Abominable Pictures EP, Jonathan Stern, chose Croatia to film scenes set in Germany, Latvia, and Italy. ‘We went with just 2 days of in-person prep for a 10-day shoot. We had to do all our scouting, casting, and work with department heads online, with an 9-hour time-zone difference. And everything went perfectly. On budget, on schedule, great people, fun experience, and creatively very successful.”


Case Study - LG

Check out how we pivoted a commercial producer toward an unimagined alternative for an LG campaign.

The brief: Shoot a laptop product launch amidst remarkable sand dunes of the remote Namib desert.

The request: Facilitate brand requirement to fast-track permit authorization in less time than required by national park.

The result: Find dunes alternative to relocate production to desert landscapes under an hour’s drive from Dubai in UAE.


Case Study - Subaru

Look what we did on a Hakuhodo campaign for Subaru.

The brief: Shoot two films for the launch of a new model being shipped to Belgium.

The request: Find good weather in November and low cost per shoot day.

The result: Transport vehicle to Romania for 5 day shoot in urban and mountainous locations.

Michael Moffett

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Production work on commercial, entertainment, and factual shoots for clients from around the world during more than two decades is at the core of Michael’s experience. Highlights include feature film and sport celebrity shoots, primetime TV programming for all major US & UK channels, and events …

[cont.] as diverse as motocross and a papal visit.

This Los Angeles native with a traveler’s soul started his own production service company overseas to share with fellow production professionals the wonders of shooting film, photo, and video projects across Spain and Portugal – the sunniest corner of Europe. Michael is as quick with a smile as he is committed to no-nonsense production workflow delivering cost-effective, quality results you can see in frame. He founded the Production Service Network in 2014 to accomplish that worldwide. He manages PSN from his base in Madrid, Barcelona, or most anywhere he has an Internet connection.

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