Fixers in Spain

Boasting a never-ending variety of beaches, architectural delights such as the cathedral in Barcelona and the rolling Pyrenees Mountains, Spain isn’t just a beach holiday destination.

How easy is it to get permits for filming/fixers in Spain?

Permits vary from city to city, but it’s good to note that historical landmarks can be particularly costly and can require an upfront fee. In Madrid, there is no citywide permit available and the process of issuing the permit varies between 3 days – two weeks, depending on whether the shoot requires exclusive use of a public property. If opting for a shoot in Barcelona, permits can take between 5 days – two weeks.

Do I need a visa or work permit?

If you’re a resident of a European country, visas are not required for entry. For all other continents, it’s advisable to contact us directly or your local Spanish embassy for more information.

Can I hire equipment once there?

Yes. Not only will you be able to find standard equipment, but specialised too. Even if you cannot source your desired piece of equipment locally it’s easy to get it brought to you from major European production centres.

What is the climate like?

Excluding the Pyrenees, Spain enjoys a mild climate all-year round, which not only attracts a wealth of tourists, but filmmakers as well. Arguably the favoured months to visit are from April to October, although July and August are excessively hot.

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