The properties that we are looking for vary from contemporary houses, modern apartments, or old classy residential improvisations, to industrial sites, warehouses shopping centres, office spaces and large real estate developments.
It all starts with landlords that are open and willing to share their intriguing properties for video productions and photo shots.
The crews need generous access and reasonable sized parking spots close by.
Also, the location needs to consider the noise pollution aspects.
Film production crews and photo shooting teams can be quite challenging for the regular day to day rhythm of activities. They usually involve large number of people and they require specific access to utilities.
Warning the neighbours and having the permission granted from the landlords is important. Having a good on site point of contact helps, too.
Shooting permits, road clearance and booking parking spots are quite often required, as well as designated areas for base camp logistic services.