Serbia Film Commission
As Europe’s new capital of cool, Belgrade is emerging as the hot new destination for international, feature, documentary and commercial film markets. It’s no wonder. Serbia offers low production costs, highly skilled creative talent, scenic locations and a solid industry infrastructure. And there’s more. Belgrade buzzes with an unparalleled energy these days. From the sublime to the extreme, the city’s frenetic nightlife, cool urban edge, bohemian vibe and safe streets are sure to please even the most discerning visitor. The City of Belgrade is one big backlot and the city government encourages filming with a low-key approach, limited bureaucratic requirements and a willingness to engage production to make things work. Beyond Belgrade, Serbia offers a range of scenery that can serve diverse location needs from villages, rivers, mountains and forests. The country’s unique architecture reflects Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman influences, offering rich, distinct backdrops for a variety of productions.

Serbia offers a comprehensive set of production services and an array of services for high-tech post-production projects. Production companies are highly accomplished, offering quality services at competitive costs and multilingual staff adept at shooting throughout the former Yugoslavia. They enjoy strong working partnerships with key industry players and counterparts across the Balkans, making Serbia the ideal hub for regional and international productions.

Nestled in the heart of Europe, Serbia is a meeting point of civilizations. With over 220 flights in and out of the city every week, Belgrade is a direct maximum two-hour flight from over 35 major European ports and cities. 

Serbia is located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula, in Southeast Europe. This position makes Serbia a territory of great geopolitical importance, and also a crossroads between the East and the West. During the centuries Serbia has been under influences of different cultures, empires and countries, from Byzantium, Ottoman empire, Russia and countries of Central and Western Europe. Serbia was back then and still is a bridge that connects Eastern and Western cultures, bringing out the best of both.Many events throughout history shaped Serbia, and left it with rich cultural and historical heritage. It is famous for its medieval churches and monasteries, and many of them are on the UNESCO World heritage list.The ‘Blue’ Danube, Europe’s second longest river, moves across the la ... >>

How and when did the VFX Serbia website originate? The idea of VFX Serbia came about several years ago in response to the demand for professionals with an insight into the state of the local VFX industry and as a platform for promoting the industry. The goal was to create a base for local artists and studios, bringing together related disciplines and forming a coherent perspective on the local film, video production and post-production industries so as to represent the collective creative potential. Creating a website was the logical solution, as it offers fast, easy access and transparency. was launched in August of 2012 and works in conjunction with all the most popular social platforms, predominantly the VFX Serbia Facebook page. Read More... ... >>