From the crowded city of Copenhagen which contains vintage buildings combined with contemporary architectures, to the countrysides with seascapes and beaches. Denmark is a small Nordic country that will provide a look that is unique with all the scenery options for your film production. Also, Denmark is a film-friendly country. Many world-class filmmakers love to bring their film production to Denmark. As for the permitting process, this will not take long, with an estimate of 3-5 days to get approved, Mbrella Films is ready at your service to advise on any questions you may have in mind throughout the production phases, so you are ready to shoot as soon as the permits come through.
Mbrella Films is here ready to get your film on the road and done. If you’re interested to find out more about Denmark, keep reading for the best locations, equipment, and crew in Denmark.
Filming Locations in Denmark
Denmark is filled with a large number of landscapes you will want for your film production, from the cityscape of Copenhagen to the seascapes harbor of Rodbyhavn. It will give your film a new look every time you look at your film. Go from a historical set movie like “The Danish Girl” or a sci-fi movie set like “Tenet”; two movies that were shot here in Denmark.
Copenhagen has been the prime destination for many film productions, from Danish films to blockbuster-tier film productions, for many years. It contains a vast range of sceneries that would be great for any genre of film. “The Danish Girl” and Oscar winner for Best International Feature Film, “Another Round,” are great examples of movies that were both set here in Denmark.
The Nysted Wind Farm
The Nysted Wind Farm is a Danish offshore wind farm close to the Rødsand sand bank near Lolland. You might remember it from a few scenes in “Tenet” where you can see the offshore wind farm.
Lonstrup is an old fishing village. Being a quiet and small town, it would be a great spot to film your drama from an archaic period or a modern romantic film. The danish oscar award-winning film “Babette’s Feast” once used this village as the background setting of the film.
Abandoned Military Facility in Naturlejren Auderød
This Abandoned Military facility was used in the Netflix show called “The Rain” as a stand-in for an abandoned facility. You can use this location in very creative ways, like turning it into your apocalypse film production as “Annihilation” did.
Back in Copenhagen, there’s a town by the coast in the southwestern suburban area of Copenhagen called “Ishoj”. It’s where many natural landscapes can be captured. An Oscar-nominated Danish film by Thomas Vinterberg “The Hunt” was partly filmed in this particular town.
Film Equipment and Crew in Denmark
Many blockbuster films and world-class directors love to bring their productions to Denmark, which goes to show how trustworthy it is for equipment and crew. All standard to special gear, grip, and lighting equipment is available here, even top-tier cameras like REDs, Arri, and Sonys. Mbrella Films is also ready to walk you through every step of the production with our diverse producers who have over 10 years of experience in film production.
Budget for production in Denmark
Denmark is priceless when you consider the number of scenes you can handpick for your feature films or commercial ads. Our producers can take care of your line budgets and will break down every detail of every step of the production. If you are interested in taking your production to the next level in Denmark, feel free to contact us any time via the form below. Mbrella Films is here to make your next film production a reality.