The capital and largest city of Russia. People from all over the country and most of the former Soviet Republics aim to live here in search of money and power. Throughout its history Moscow has been the center of politics, culture and finance. The Medieval Grand Duchy of Moscow united all the lands around and developed them into the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire. After the 1917 revolution the Bolsheviks returned the capital back to Moscow, which then became the default city of communist power and later the capital of modern-day Russia.
This is Moscow a city of contrasts. Here you can find cozy streets of an old city, astounding monuments of soviet constructivism and futuristic business hubs all in very close proximity to one another.
Moscow is actually a very safe, well run and orderly city. Its excellent infrastructure allows it to solve literally any complex tasks. The best choice of equipment and industry professionals can be found here. However, from the point of view of permit procurement, Moscow can be complicated and unpredictable because most state authorities are located here. This means you can never be 100% sure that another grantee won’t intrude on your location. This is especially true for most central districts, as well as big productions which require the closing of streets along with the using of large equipment. With our connections and ability to solve any issue, we can guarantee the ability to secure almost any location in Moscow within an extremely short timeframe.
Famous architectural sites which filmmakers may be interested in include Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow International Business Center, Novodevichy Convent, the Seven Sisters of Moscow, the unique metro stations, the Shukhov Tower, and the Star City cosmonaut training center.
Moscow has 4 civil airports and 6 railroad stations, as well as highways and bullet train routes that connect it to Saint-Petersburg, the Ural Region and Russia’s South including the Caucasus. By plane it is directly connected to almost any location in Russia, Central Asia and the Caucasus.