We publish a useful guide to filming in Russia in extreme conditions like Lake Baikal. The documentary shooting took place over several days in extreme weather conditions of minus twenty to minus thirty degrees Celsius with few sunlight hours over short Russian winter days.
Russia is an enormous country offering a wealth of diverse locations, climates zones and landscapes to film shoot. TVDATA.tv media assisted a number of high-profile international films and documentaries that have used Russia as a base for their filming. Here we present a filming expedition to Stunning Lake Baikal.
While filming in the Russian Federation it is essential for foreign crews to acquire the correct permits and permissions from the local or federal government and the police. This can often prove challenging and TVDATA media experienced professional producers are ready to assist you. It is not illegal to film on the street, it is recommended that any exterior shoots are recorded with local in order not to encounter disruption to your shooting schedule.
Lake Baikal is the deepest lake on Earth. TVDATA’s camera crew is set out to capture the essence of this distinctive area to be featured in an adventurous documentary film. The shoot took place in just seven days in extreme weather conditions of minus thirty degrees Celsius with few sunlight hours over the short winter days.
TVDATA.TV provided filming permits, locations, camera equipment to film this episode in Russia.
We also hire television studios across Russia and CIS. We provide English-speaking TV crew for your assignment.
Filming in Russia in extreme conditions like Lake Baikal