With global events taking place in the country, it's fair to expect a rise in Brazil-based productions, with everyone from documentary filmmakers to brand marketers looking to establish their presence.
If you’re looking for stunning scenery and high levels of professionalism, then Sweden is up there with the best. The locations vary from the exquisite city of Stockholm to the majestic beauty of Lapland.
Austria is probably most known for its alpine scenery but in recent years it has also gained significant recognition thanks to films produced by filmmakers such as Michael Haneke and Stefan Ruzowitzky.
Belgium can be described as Europe in a nutshell, boasting a multicultural, and multilingual population and a wide variety of scenery quite ideal for various shoots. (Image courtesy of Screen Flanders)
One of Romaniaâs biggest assets - aside from its vampire mythology - is its forests. Over the years, these have been put to good effect in films and series wanting to replicate US woodlands. (Image copyright Kieran Scott)
Qatar is working hard to build a sustainable film infrastructure and promote its locations. The country is already a solid co-production partner and was involved in financing Black Gold and The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
Chile is not only a geographically diverse country, offering filmmakers a range of amazing landscapes and climates but it also boasts one of the most developed technology infrastructures in Latin America.
The Algarve has a lot to offer as a filming location, enjoying the longest hours of sunshine in Europe. It has a range of attractive backdrops, including a dramatic coastline, ancient fishing villages and Roman ruins.