Swixer – provides local production services and Fixers in 10 different countries in Europe. We offer our services to clients all over the world and we work in all areas of media production: TV-series, feature films, commercials, branded content, documentaries, corporate as well as still shoots.
We take great pride in offering full video production as well as parts of production and believe that every production requires a unique set of services, tools and people.
No matter how big or small the project is our clients are always at the center of our attention!
• Location scouting • Casting • Permits & releases • Logistics & communication • Fixers • Full production services • Production management • Crew booking • Equipment rental • Media management • Remote shooting solutions • Livestreaming
Sweden offers a variety of filming locations such as scenic roads, fields, untouched nature and not to forget the beautiful archipelago in Stockholm. We also have great design, both modern and retro as well as typical architecture, ranging from medieval to contemporary.
Up north you‘ll find the magical northern lights and snowy crispy landscapes.
While Stockholm offers districts with different types of characters such as Gamla Stan, Södermalm, Östermalm and Kungsholmen. Here you’ll also find corners that look like New York, Paris, Oslo and Copenhagen. In the south of Sweden you’ll find locations such as ”the bridge” as well as great food culture and innovating areas such as Hyllie. We even have our own white tropical beach here looking like any exotic beach far far away.
Norway has a lot of amazing filming locations as scenic roads, thousands of fjords, fields, untouched nature and not to forget the award-winning architecture in Oslo.
Up north you‘ll find the magical northern lights and snowy crispy landscapes nearby Tromsø. While on the west coast we can offer both vast nature and thrilling roads. In the south of Norway you’ll find locations such as the Opera house and the Barcode district as well as great food culture and innovating areas. We even have our own white tropical beach just outside of Stavanger!
Denmark offers a variety of filming locations. Architecture, design and bridges is probably what we’re most famous for at the moment, many times thanks to Bjarke Ingels work. You’ll find both modern and classical architecture in Copenhagen but also out in our small villages.
In Denmark we focus on sustainability when designing buildings but also in Bicycle Infrastructure – it’s easy to get around and bike anywhere in Copenhagen. We are also known for The Bridge of course that connects us with Sweden.
Finland is home to sweeping plains, snowy forests and, particularly in the lake district, a lake everywhere you turn. It’s one of diverse and scenic landscapes. Being one of the least densely populated countries in Europe, Finland offers vast wilderness areas and quietness while our cities are on the cutting edge of culture and technology.
Lapland, The Finnish Arctic region of Lapland is a vast wilderness area dotted by small towns and villages. In many of these towns, it may feel like time has stopped – enabling some real retro feels. In terms of nature, Lapland has everything from fells to gorges, swamps, forests, and vast wilderness. In the winter, Lapland is the quintessential “winter wonderland” with snow-capped trees and fells, reindeer, and northern lights. In the southwestern part of Lapland, the frozen sea in the Bay of Bothnia is a unique destination.
Iceland offers cinematic opportunities that cannot be found anywhere else! The country has an incredibly varied nature and can stand in for other countries which has made Iceland Hollywood’s new favorite playground!
Black sands, imposing glaciers and snow capped mountains, otherworldly lava fields, majestic waterfalls, lakes and lagoons with floating icebergs, the stark highland interior, tundra, moors patched with blue ponds, northern lights, steam emitting red and yellow sulphur mountains are scenes of serene beauty.
Iceland is popular with sci-fi and fiction as it can portray a post-apocalyptic world but is also used as a stand-in for other countries, including Japan, Norway, Greenland, Russia, Canada, USA and even Italy.
In Lithuania you'll find both beautiful cities, amazing landscapes and fascinating historical landmarks. The Old Town of the capital Vilnius offers picturesque alleys as well as magnificent squares and charming restaurants. Lithuania also offers many historic sites, magnificent castles and national parks such as the Curonian Spit National Park. With its lush green spaces and cosmopolitan centre, Vilnius strikes the right balance for people looking for inspiration and modern healthy living. With 46% of the territory being a green space, it is one of the cleanest and greenest cities in the EU.
Most locations can be reached within a short drive from the Vilnius International airport, making Lithuania an attractive filming destination.
The variety of seasons and weather ensures life in Lithuania makes you experience all four seasons here: in winter, fun in the snow, and in warmer months, active leisure time in nature, by the sea or the many lakes and rivers.
In Latvia you'll find a wide variety of locations, ranging from white sandy beaches and pristine forests to historic palaces and modern architecture. Most locations can be reached within a short drive from the Riga International airport, making Latvia an attractive filming destination. Thanks to the distinct four seasons you can enjoy 17 hours of daylight in summer and snowy landscapes in winter.
The capital Riga offers an eclectic mix of styles; here you can find untouched medieval streets, romantic Art Nouveau districts, Soviet brutalism and contemporary Scandinavian design. The interior and exterior scenes can be combined with large scale set construction in Riga Motion Picture Studio, which offers several purpose-built soundstages, construction workshops, green screen and water tank. The unseen locations and their accessibility make Riga an instant filmmakers’ favorite!
Poland is one of the biggest countries in Central Europe and its landscape offers a high range of diversity. The whole southern part of the country is covered by mountains, from higher Tatra with alpine panoramas, to lower Bieszczady whose wooded slopes provide wild sceneries. Across central Poland there is a vast area of plains used mainly for agriculture. On the northeast, there is the Masurian Lake Dictrict – breath-taking region with countless lakes and dense old forests. To the north, there is the Baltic Sea shore which stretches for over 300 km, providing variegated vistas, from wide sandy beaches with beautiful dunes to high cliffs.
Polish borders were moved many times, making the country include a wide range of styles and international influences. Starting with Medieval castles and Renaissance buildings, numerous countryside villages, through modern and industrial cities and ambiences. The communism left its imprint as well – it is still echoing in various parts of the country.
Germany offers a wide range of possibilities for any kind of production. It’s breathtaking nature truly has everything! From oceans in the north with extreme tides that expose the wadden sea, over various landscapes such deep lakes, wide forests, stunning ores and heaths to the colossal alps in the south. Metropolises such as Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne or Munich each offer their own little worlds and quarters. Hip, urban, maritime or traditional.
Being located in the middle of Europe it developed a rich culture with traditions, events and well known and loved local cuisines. Germany’s extensive history resulted in a wide range of sights such as landmarks, architecture and museums.
Known for its ingenuity, luxurious cars and technology it is home to big corporations and facilities, race tracks and the famous German Autobahn.
The Netherlands truly have it all: Big cities like Rotterdam with Europe’s biggest harbor, cosmopolitan and urban architecture, or Amsterdam with modern and historical buildings, streets, canals and bridges! You’ll also find beautiful beaches, the wadden sea, lighthouses, boating, gardens, historical houses and much more!
The scenery is fascinating: About one third of its land is below sea level, so a unique landscape shaped by dikes, dunes and canals and a lot of its famous windmills were skillfully engineered. When you think of the Netherlands, tulips and other flowers come to mind. You’ll find endless fields of flowers, shining in the most vibrant colors!
The Netherlands have a long tradition of filmmaking and are home to some of the biggest companies in the industry, so a wide variety of experienced & talented crew, talents and studio facilities can be found.
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