Zeeland. Land in the sea. A region marked by man’s troublesome relationship with the elements. Where winds, waves, clouds and sunbeams change the character of this old, scarred island group in the blink of an eye.
Light, contrast and drama are abundant.
It’s a raw rugged old land, full of tales. Tales of dark ages and golden ages, rural life and industrialisation, high tides and low. And unfinished tales of Zeeland’s 650 kilometers of ever-changing coastline.
It’s that dynamic spectacle of the interplay of elements and eras that once drew artists like Mondriaan, moviemaker avant la lettre, to these parts.
If you want to shoot in Zeeland, – a province with 13 municipalities spread out over a number of islands, peninsulas and a strip bordering Belgium – you’ll have to comply with (local) rules and regulations.
The Zeeland Film Commission has an excellent local network and can advise and assist in finding the right locations, facilities, permits, and people.
The Zeeland Film Commission can assist in your search for local crew members and bit players, edit facilities etcetera. Additionally, we are well-equipped to give suggestions concerning appropriate alternative facilities such as accommodation, catering services and transportation.
The Netherlands Film Production Incentive aims at promoting a healthy film production environment in the Netherlands and is designed to reinforce the international competitive position of the Dutch film industry as a whole.
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Zeeland boasts infinite amounts of locations and backdrops for your audiovisual production. We’ve made a small selection. Do contact us however, there is so much more to see.
Last weekend, the movie ‘Weg van jou’ won the public choice award at the Zeeland PioneersPrize 2017 ceremony. Inspired by the french movie ‘Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis, Jan Lievens and Nynke van der Ploeg were the force behind t
The latest Husqvarna motor, the Vitpilen 701, has just been unveiled in Milan. It’s commercial was shot in Norway, Rotterdam and Zeeland.
Last month, part of ‘Brothers Love’, a german filmproduction for ZDF/Arte, was shot in Zeeland. The villages of Oostkapelle and Domburg formed the backdrop for the documentaryfilm about the relationship between two brothers.