Nepal is a country filled with unique landscapes you can’t find in any country, from a rocky historical building city in Kathmandu to the highest peak of the famous Mount Everest. The Increasing number of both tourists and film productions are increasing since “Doctor Strange” was shot there in many parts of Nepal. Mbrella Films can help you through the permitting process in Nepal to get your production up and running. As we know, the process should take about 1-2 weeks to get approved.
Mbrella Films is one of the top production houses here. We can also provide you with producers who have over 10 years of experience in film production. They have in-depth knowledge and have been working in countless film productions that will guide you through every step of your production in Nepal. Continue reading to find out more about great locations, equipment, crew, and budget for filming in Nepal.
Filming Locations in Nepal
Nepal could be a perfect new house for your next film production. If you’re looking for a certain type of location like a Buddhism village filled with historical buildings or a rare view of the peak of Mount Everest that you can’t find anywhere else. Other than that, Nepal is still filled with many sceneries that would match any genre of film production.
Mount Everest is the most popular location for both tourists and producers around the world. Mount Everest is the earth’s highest mountain above sea level, and it attracts many climbers to challenge themselves once in a lifetime. “Everest”, a movie named after this mountain, was shot here on Mount Everest.
Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal and one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world. The city contains most of the historical and cultural buildings around the city. “Doctor Strange” was shot here in Kathmandu, it’s a place where Kamar-taj is.
Namche Bazaar is a town that’s the main trading center and hub for the Khumbu region. The town has several lodgings and stores catering to the needs of visitors, as well as many internet cafés. The movie “Everest” was also partly shot in this town.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Square housed the Malla kings of Nepal from the 14th to the 15th century and the kings of the Kingdom of Bhaktapur from the 15th to the late 18th century until the kingdom was conquered in 1769. “Little Buddha” was shot here in this square.
Tenzing-Hillary Airport, also known as Lukla Airport, is a domestic airport in the town of Lukla. It gained worldwide fame as it was rated the most dangerous airport in the world for more than 20 years by a program titled Most Extreme Airport. “Everest” is also shot here in Tenzing-Hillary Airport.
Film Equipment and Crew in Nepal
Nepal has a small but great pool of crew and equipment. The crew is multi-lingual and has experience working in international film production. You can also find various tiers of equipment including the top brands like REDs, Arris, and others available for you to choose from. Mbrella Films can help you with producers who have 10 years of experience in film production that will walk you through every step of the production process in Nepal.
Budget for production in Nepal
One of the most key factors when filming aboard is budgeting. Mbrella Films will have producers that will provide you with a detailed line budget breakdown for every production process. Letting you know exactly where your budget is going. Contact us if you’re interested in bringing your production to Nepal, via the form below.