Gorgeous Cities with so much to offer.
Vienna, Alps, Salzberg offer historic locations and Panoramic roads. Cafes, Gothic Alleys, 13 Churches, Unique Architecture, and many locations for Extreme Sports.
Austria can offer outstanding grip and special technical equipments that can be used for exciting camera movements on mountains, riverbanks and wooded areas. Next to grip equipments, most special effects people have a variety of technical and pyrotechnical equipment ready for use, as well as often being able to provide stuntmen for the productions. In Vienna it is easy to find experienced and creative production designers and art directors for every production, thanks not only to the film culture, but also the country’s serious theatre and opera culture.
FEATURES FILMED IN AUSTRIA
Sound of Music
Season of the Witch
For example the world famous fashion photographer Mario Testino Last Waltz series for Vogue in 2009 focused on Vienna’s grandiose past, shooting in golden palaces and cobblestreet allies. The city’s iconic café culture also appears in the shoot.
Film Industry Support Austria (FISA) is the country's main incentive programme and offers a 25% rebate for incoming productions and co-productions and 20% for local productions…. Criteria: Producers of international films must shoot for at least five days in Austria and spend at least €400,000 locally to qualify.
Time Zone: Austria (GMT+2) 6 hrs ahead NY
Calling Code: +43
Major Cities: Vienna, Graz, Linz & Salzburg
Spring comes to Austria with beginning of March.
Temperature rises above zero which means ending of ski season.
Summer in Austria is mild. Average temperatures don’t rise above 25 °C (77 °F). This is the wettest time since a decent amount of precipitation.
Autumn in Austria begins relatively rosy. September despite the fact that evening starts a few hours earlier, often spoiling pleasant sunshine. And temperature stays pretty high in range between 19 °C (66 °F) and 21 °C (70 °F). Rains in this period are rare. Distinctive features of November are freezing temperatures at night and the almost complete absence of the sun. At the last month of autumn it rains everywhere. By the end of the season most ski resorts are open.In late December, almost the entire territory of the country is covered by permanent snow cover.
Winter in Austria is quite soft with periodic rains in the valleys. Temperature does not drop far below zero. January is the coldest month in its average temperatures are in range between -5 °C (27 °F) and +3 °C (37 °F).
February is warmer but freezing winds conceal warming.