What do films Death Train, Winnetou and The Chronicles of Narnia have in common? They were all partly filmed in Slovenia. Interesting fact about Slovenia is that the second part of the popular franchise The Chronicles of Narnia from 2008 was filmed in the upper Posočje region, in the River Soča valley. For the highlights of the film, they also built a wooden bridge across the Soča River, which, after the end of the filming, unfortunately deteriorated. The creators were looking for natural beauties similar to New Zealand, where the first part of the film was shot. The Soča River, with its fantasy green emerald color, invites visitors from all over the world. Join us on a journey, where we will explore the Soča River, queen of all Slovenian rivers, and shoot your perfect movie.
The film creators, creators of commercials and music videos are looking for locations that will surely excite and captivate their viewers. In Slovenia, these idyllic locations and at the same time Slovenian attractions can be found in the Logar Valley, Piran, in Lake Bled and at Predjama Castle. Film makers also choose Slovenia, because they can film in different locations on the same day. In the first half of the day they are filming between the hills in Pomurje region and in the afternoon they are already filming in the Julian Alps or on the Slovenian coast.