Learn more why Turkey has become one of biggest destinations for film production:
Cost Effective
Due to the very favorable exchange rates with US Dollars and Euro, filming in Turkey has suddenly become extremely convenient and beats and any other European country.

With regard to production of cinematographic works approved by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, foreign film producers can receive returns of the VAT(%18) paid during procurement and import of the goods and services that they buy within the duration of film shooting.

We will personally deal with your VAT returns and make sure that the amount be returned to you by the end of production.

01 Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
02 Inferno (I) (2016)
03 Skyfall (2012)
04 Argo (2012)
05 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011)
06 The Water Diviner (2014)
07 Taken 2 (2012)
08 Vlad’s Legacy (2017)
Growing Film Market
Movie Industry in Turkey has 104 years of background with more than 250.000 productions. Since the turn of the century, the Turkish theatrical market registered an impressive growth trend, firmly establishing Turkey as the second largest European growth market and the 7th largest European theatrical market, only superseded by the big five EU markets and the Russian Federation. The quality of the film industry is boosted by the strength of the domestic movie business with Turkish films currently taking approximately half of box office revenues. Among the top attractions of filming in Turkey is the country’s hard-working and competent crew. Around 8400 people now are actively working under Film and TV union.