As the largest country in the world, there is always more to discover in Russia.Imagine the surprises that await, if you will, as if packaged in an iconic Russian doll. 

Inside a spellbinding range of locations there are well-trained film crews and state-of-the-art equipment.  These are transported across town or the country with modern infrastructure. And at its core there are low production costs as compared with much of Europe.

Russia is not only cold winters and vast plains covered with snow. It’s much more diverse. Russia’s vast territory spans more than 17,000,000 sq. meters (10,000,000 sq. miles) bridging 5 climate zones. That provides filmmakers with thousands of filming locations depending on their preferences and script.  Russia’s climate is intrinsically dramatic!

Winters in Russia’s European part are nowhere near as terrifying as many myths have it. In Moscow and St. Petersburg, the first snow usually falls in late November and stays till early April. Whereas down south, Russia’s vast steppe is hot and dry. Winters are short but cold.

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There are cities in Russia where the weather resembles the climate of the French Riviera or some American States. The Black Sea resort of Sochi makes up for the rest of the country with a sizzling 35°C (95° F) between June and August – it is Russia’s top summer holiday spot. The mountains of Caucasus also boast of welcoming climate with warm and sunny spring and autumn, rainy summer, and rare snow in winter. 

On the other side of the Ural Mountains, Siberia – contrary to its popular image – isn’t the land of eternal ice. It does have a summer – actually quite a warm and pleasant one, with temperatures climbing to 20°C (68° F) and higher. Yes, winters are really cold. 

In the Far East, inland areas can get very hot with a tropical 40°C (104° F) and cold winters. Coastal regions are much cooler and wetter.

No matter what landscape or season you are looking for, Russia has it. And with quality rivaling any European nation, the experience of Russian crews at filming here is unparalleled.

European professionalism is on hand at significantly lower than average rates. Russia is one of the most cost-efficient places on the continent to shoot. Creatives enjoy the difference they can see in screen because quality is not sacrificed.

Our company always works only with the best professionals in the market, carefully selecting the crew according to the highest standards. Our reputation and your project depend on it.

Concerning infrastructure, Moscow alone provides more than 10 big studios with a wide range of soundstages (up to 3,000 sq. m), backlots, and dozens of smaller studios with a variety of services made to order. 35mm and 16mm cameras, digital cameras, dollies, cranes, lighting – local rental houses offer any kind of equipment that filmmakers from all over the globe expect. All renowned brands like ARRI, Red, Kodak, Carl Zeiss, and many others are here. Multiple production and post-production facilities have also sprung up or been renovated.

Russia is a multicultural nation. As a bridge between Europe and Asia with nearly 12 hundred years’ history, Russia is a homeland to numerous nationalities which have contributed to the history, architecture, and traditions of our country.

With a deep tradition of film and theatre, we draw upon a large pool of proven talent to fill any role. From young life-style players, to classic character actors – we can find the right fit from the 160 ethnic groups represented in Russia.

Premiere accommodations are available in the largest Russian cities. Respected global brands like Radisson, Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, Park Hyatt, Hilton, and Ibis are all here to provide a comfortable stay within any budget. 

If this all sounds a bit too good to be true, we invite you to give Russia a shot. Send us an email with your creative, and we'll show you how far your budget can go.   Let us surprise you.

PSN Russia delivers experience working with

  • Production houses like Ruffian, Quad Productions, Partizan, Unit9...
  • Studios/Streamers like Amazon, Netflix, Warner Brothers, Universal Pictures, The Walt Disney Company, BBC, National Geographic, Blumhouse Television, Amblin Television, 20th Century Studios...
  • Directors like Timur Bekmambetov, Zheng Xu, Michel Gondry, Phil Abraham, Chris Long, Joachim Bach, Louis Psihoyos, Angelo Cerisara...
  • DOPs like Zac Nicholson, Liu Yizeng, Jo Willems, Arnau Valls Colomer, Christophe Beaucarne...

Val Kupeev

Val is one of the key architects of the new Russian federal incentives program for foreign filmmakers – a leadership role making him a go-to contact for Hollywood Studios, film offices, and production houses at home and abroad, while polishing his English, Spanish, and Italian.

[cont.] Val worked his way up from junior post-production coordinator to deputy director at the major Moscow studio of CineLab, where he oversaw dozens of projects. From 2018 to 2019 he helmed international relations at the Moscow film commission, where he overhauled the film permitting system an enabled the execution of more than 300 projects. Val later returned to production to head the service division at the PSN Russia Partner.

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