Asturias Natural Paradise Film Commission is a company which was created to provide producers and professionals from the audio-visual sector with all of the information required to film in our region. The Film Commission, with headquarters in La Laboral City of Culture, is the only company from the Principality of Asturias who is a member of the Spain Film Commission.
Asturias Natural Paradise Film Commission provides those interested with all of the information and support necessary to develop cinematographic projects in our region, as well as offering consultancy throughout the entire process. Likewise, the commission has various functions, such as providing filming permits, giving advice on locations, coordinating with public and private institutions or contacting local audio-visual suppliers, as well as other additional services.
El Secreto de Marrowbone.
Filming locations in Asturias
Over the years, the Principality has set the scene for many film, series and tv advert shoots. Asturias has many attractive resources, both natural and patrimonial, which are ideal scenes for cinema and TV plot locations. Sea and mountains, historical sites and modern buildings, forests and rivers, beaches and cliffs, palaces and industrial architecture… Discover unique locations in the Natural Paradise.
Professionals and companies
Asturias Natural Paradise Film Commission has an online directory of professionals and companies in the audio-visual sector who are based in Asturias. This aims to encourage and promote the Principality's cinematographic and audio-visual sector and put technicians and professionals from the Asturian audio-visual industry in contact with companies in the sector in and outside of our community.
Collaborating in projects
Since its creation in May 2016, Asturias Natural Paradise Film Commission has collaborated in shooting many film, television and advertisement productions with the aim of promoting and reinforcing the region as a location for filming, encouraging both the Principality's cinematographic tourism and culture, as well as the Asturian audio-visual industry.
This is the case, among many others, for the Spanish film El secreto de Marrowbone, debut feature by Asturian filmmaker Sergio G. Sánchez, the first feature film from Asturian Samu Fuentes, Bajo la piel de lobo, La Zona, an exclusive Movistar+ series created by brothers Alberto and Jorge Sánchez-Cabezudo, MAUS, the first film by director Yayo Herrero from Oviedo, Aquilo que arde from the acclaimed filmmaker Oliver Laxe, Si yo fuera rico, directed by Álvaro Fernández Armero or La influencia, a reporting job by Denis Rovira, among many others. Similarly, the Film Commission and the Asturian Tourist Board have collaborated with the documentaries Cantábrico. Los dominios del oso pardo by Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha and 100 días de soledad by Jodé Díaz, providing broadcasting and promotional support was provided.