Ranging from medieval to contemporary architecture, Sweden can offer you a variety of scenery options. From the crowded city of Sweden to a more isolated beach, seascapes, and even mountainous hills in the countryside. Sweden would be a great place to bring your production to whether it’s a big-budget film or a smaller one like TVCs and Ads. The permitting process in Sweden is not complicated at all. Mbrella Films is ready to get your production off the ground from the start to finish. If you’ve any questions in mind, feel free to reach us at any time.
Sweden also has large-sized productions for you to choose from, whether your production is small or a blockbuster-tier production. On top of it all, every production in Sweden is top quality and budget-friendly. If you’re thinking that Sweden has the potential to be the home for your next film production. Keep reading to find out more about the best location to bring your production to Sweden.
Filming Locations in Sweden
Locations in Sweden are a rare catch for both the audience and any production. If your next film production takes place here, it would look stunning on every screen of your film. Sweden can offer you urban areas in most parts of their city, and a down-to-earth vibe in the countryside. This would be suitable for any type of film production you wish to bring to Sweden.
With the many scene options they have, Stockholm is the gem of Sweden and has been the dream destination for many film productions for years. From small indie film productions to blockbuster-tier film productions. Films such as “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” by David Fincher used Stockholm as the set. Another film that was filmed in many parts of Stockholm is 2017’s Palm d’Or Winner and an Oscar-nominated “The Square” by Ruben Ostlund.
Being the second largest city in Sweden, Gothenburg is also famous among producers and directors around the world as a must film in destination. After Stockholm, “The Square” also used Gothenburg as their set in the film.
To the north of Gothenburg, lies Trollhattan, it’s a city that contains many hills, rivers, and lakes that would match your nature-needed scenes in any production. Many of Lars Von Trier’s films are set in this city such as “Melancholia” and “Dancer in the Dark.”
Jamtland is a historical province in the center of Sweden, it consists of many snowy mountains and pine forests. “Force Majeure,” another of Ruben Ostlund’s films, used Copperhill Mountain Lodge, based in Jamtland, for most of their indoor scenes.
Hovs Hallarvagen or Hovs Hallar is a coastal area with dramatic rocks located in Bastad city, Sweden. It’s a location where the opening and ending scenes of “The Seventh Seal” by the legendary Ingmar Bergman took place. Imagine a stranded scene or an intimate scene in your movie, this location is a perfect match for those scenes.
Film Equipment and Crew in Sweden
Sweden has a small but very professional crew, they’re of the highest international standards. Also, a vast range of equipment for you to choose from, even cameras like REDs, Arri, and many more are available here. Mbrella Films can provide you with English-speaking producers who have worked in film production for over 10 years. They respond very quickly to any requests you may have and help your film production run very smoothly from pre to post-production.
Budget for production in Sweden
Our producers act very quickly and they can get your line budget done efficiently and break down every detail of where your money is going for every step of the production process. If you’ve decided that Sweden will be your next destination for your film production, feel free to contact us and get the job done with Mbrella Films, via the form below.