Hungary expands production space for post-crisis shoots – variety2 min read
Hungary, the second-largest destination for film and TV shoots in Europe, is ready to unlock investments in the expansion of film studios as part of a government program to revive the economy after the CVD-19 lockdown.
Owned by the National Film Institute, which monitors Hungarian film and TV industry strategy, Mafilom has two sites: the main studios in Budapest, built in 1917, and the 19th facility, in the town of Fit, a city facility 14 miles from the city.
Four 25,800 square feet. The soundstages will be built on foot, increasing the total stage capacity to 131,000 square feet and can be used to pair these two 51,700 square feet. Periodically, the film allows Hollywood blockbusters to be adjusted.
These will sit next to the existing stage at the foot – one 11,500 square feet, the other 17,500 square feet. Also above the lot is an outward green screen, 180 feet wide and 20 feet high and a water tank, 127 are 152 feet by 10 feet and 10 feet deep. It’s called “Blade Runner 2049.” It was built in 2016 to present a scene. ”There is also a permanent outdoor set – a World War II army barracks, a Wild West town and a medieval village, used for the Netflix series” The Waiter “starring Henry Cavill. There are also stores for props, weapons and clothing.
Sisaba Coyle, commissioner of the country’s motion picture industry, said Hungary would only “be able to maintain its top position and competitiveness in the international industry” if it continued to develop.
The total annual cost of film and TV production in Hungary, with a 30% discount, is ১১ 110 billion ($ 377 million). Last year, there were several Hollywood films shot, including “Black Widow” with Scarlett Johansson, “6 Underground” with Ryan Reynolds, “Terminator: Dark Fat” with Arnold Schwarzenegger, “Gemini Man” with Will Smith and Timothy Chal. “Dunn” was included.