San Sebastian - Gipuzkoa Film Commission is a Fomento de San Sebastián service to foster and promote the film sector and the local audiovisual sector as a whole, facilitating audiovisual shoots and photographic sessions in San Sebastian and its surroundings.Read more
In San Sebastian-Gipuzkoa, support for the audiovisual sector is not just a lip-service, but it is accompanied by significant tax incentives.
In San Sebastian-Gipuzkoa, you will find an ENTIRE AUDIOVISUAL VALUE CHAIN: Professionals of excellent quality and winners of diverse awards.
In San Sebastian – Gipuzkoa, you will find locations of a diverse nature, whereby you will be able to film in different settings without having to travel far afield.
San Sebastian-Gipuzkoa Film Commission offers film, television, photography and advertising production companies a whole range of personalised and free services to facilitate the implementation of their projects.
San Sebastian - Gipuzkoa combines a film tradition contrasted with its undeniable landscape and architectural value, which, accompanied by sun, rain, wind or fog, creates a whole range of possibilities....Find out more
San Sebastian-Gipuzkoa is a region that has traditionally been linked to the seventh art. As a stage for films and a city of festivals, it also boasts companies from the field of production and post-production, in which first rate professionals develop all types of audiovisual products, ranging from feature films to TV programmes or cartoon series.
San Sebastian-Gipuzkoa is an ecosystem of first rate local professionals and companies, backed by national and international awards that cover the entire audiovisual value chain. It is also home to leading entities and organisations from the audiovisual industry.Find out more
San Sebastian and Gipuzkoa in general, have been the setting chosen by directors of great national and international prestige. The likes of Woody Allen to Gracia Querejeta, Julio Medem, Ana Díaz or Tim Dabinghaus have shot mythical films in our region, such as Papillon, Battle of Britain, The Red Squirrel, The Wound, Loreak, Handia…See filmography