In Denmark official permits for shooting on location are not required other that the normal consent of the owner of property or location or the authorities responsible.
Blocking of public roads requires a permit from the municipal office and then local police. If needed, permission can be given to dispatch local Police Home Guard to control traffic.
Contact with the police - regardless of municipality - should be directed to the main office of Fyns Politi:
Fyns Politi - Hovedafdeling
Hans Mules Gade 1-3
5100 Odense C
Dial 114 within Denmark or:
Fax: +45 65201478
To your right on this page you will find eight municipality contacts from our region, each of whom is ready to help you along with practical questions relating to permits and other practical issues requiring public government.
More than 80 successful Danish productions have been shot in the island of Fyn - and we’d like to think that it is not just the presence of funding opportunities but the existence of a truly film friendly environment in the spot center of Denmark.
Film Commission Fyn is happy to point your production in the right direction and to welcome your crew on recce to Fyn. Knowing the importance of connecting with local location scouts and managers, we have compiled a brief list of experienced contacts for you.
FilmFyn is a small regional film fund with a yearly budget of approx. €2.5 mio of which more than €2.0 mio is invested in feature films and TV-series shot on location in our area. We are involved in several international films - from the development stage and onwards and work closely with other Danish and international partners.