is a perfect backdrop for producing films that require an historical background
that would date from the early Middle Ages right up to and including World War
Some cities have districts which haven't changed much since World
Poland has streets, alleys, squares with a great historical
look, and castles and palaces which can substitute for France, England or
In addition, Poland's natural scenery is like nowhere else on the
continent, and in many places is unspoiled. Landscapes offer wide open views
without signs of habitation.
have traveled across Poland many times and visited all of its cities and even
its wildest regions. I have explored and photographed locations in Lodz,
Warsaw, Krakow, and Wroclaw, many of Poland's smaller cities, hundreds of
towns, and Poland's countryside, mountains, and forests.
can do research, footwork and can take descriptive and interpretive photographs or video of location
possibilities that reflect the aesthetic goals of the production.
cost of labor in Poland is one third or less of what it would cost in
western countries. Film crews and extras are easy to assemble, are hardworking,
speak good English, and are enthusiastic. They will make your stay productive.
Besides feature films, television commercials, television shows, and documentary films will
find a natural home in Poland.
me to arrange a pre-filming visit to a location and to work out its
suitability for shooting including access to necessary
The architecture of this
late XIX century castle located in Poland skillfully interweaves themes of Teutonic
fortifications, English gothic cathedrals and Sicilian Norman structures
incorporating Byzantine and Saracen influences.