Film Production in Cape Town

More films are made in Cape Town than in any other South African city.

  • Very wide variety of film locations, including cities, parks, beaches, mountains, sand dunes, forest, farms, vineyards and villages
  • Cape Town easily ‘doubles’ for many international destinations
  • Leading brand camera, grips and lighting equipment rental houses are based in Cape Town
  • World-class film studios, including the newly built Hollywood-style Cape Town Film Studios
  • Film location permitting and traffic coordination Cape Town film office
  • Warm, dry summers (October-March) with mild, wet winters (April-September).
  • Lengthy daylight hours, even in winter (12-14 hours from September to March, and 10-11 hours from April to August)

Average Weather Conditions Cape Town
  • Cape Town international Airport is the second largest airport in the country, providing international and domestic flights. Flights to Johannesburg and Durban are approximately 2 hours long
  • Cape Town is the second largest city (by population) in South Africa, situated in the Western Cape province
  • As it’s one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, Cape Town has an abundance of good hotels and guest houses, renowned restaurants and exciting activities.
  • Extensive national roads link Cape Town to Stellenbosch, Somerset West, George, and the central Karoo within the province.
  • The port of Cape Town is the second largest in South Africa
  • World Design Capital 2014
  • Famous landmarks include Table Mountain, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, and Cape Point

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