Can I shoot without permit in Shanghai?

Do I require approval from the Chinese government to shoot film or TV in China? Who approves media productions? How can I get shots in sensitive areas?  (Disasters, earthquakes, sporting events like the Olympics?) Can I get a top level, experienced crew that both speaks English and understands media? Are you planning on producing a documentary in China?
Serviced China has the answers.
Delighted crew on HGTV’s new show….
Serviced China has helped Fox News, NPR, Market Watch, New Zealand TV3 and HGTV to film successfully in all parts of China: Our ability to convince the Chinese military into letting TV3 News presenter, Mike McRoberts (of 60 Minutes fame) resulted in TV3 New Zealand receiving New Story of the Year in 2008 for their Sichuan earthquake coverage!
Paul and Marion work together as a team and along with a crack staff, can help you with travel inside China with gear (into difficult situations) film permits from the Chinese government, reserving your accommodation or successfully figuring something else out in extreme conditions, transportation, translating Chinese-English-Japanese-German-French-Spanish, arranging interviews, getting plum locations to get that stunning opening shot, casting, getting a top notch crew together in hours. The team at Serviced China makes sure you get what you need done in TV speed and at reasonable prices.  Paul and Marion have helped many crews to get insightful interviews from locals that make the difference in your final product.  If you need a new camera due to an unfortunate drop in a hole toilet at 10pm in rustic Sichuan, Serviced China comes through!
We are a unique group of China fixers who have been involved with all aspects of film and TV over the years.  However our real expertise is getting what you need done, the way you want it, when you need it in China. We will make you look like a pro in China! Contact us at Marion Wu [email protected] +86 139 1769 3554
China Production Services for Film and TV Shoots- Shooting in Shanghai

Can I shoot without permit in Shanghai? Do I require approval from the Chinese government to shoot film or TV in China? Who approves media productions? How can I get shots in sensitive areas?  (Disasters, earthquakes, sporting events like the Olympics?) Can I get a top level, experienced crew that both speaks English and understands media? Are you planning on producing a documentary in China? Serviced China has the answers.
Delighted crew on HGTV’s new show….
Serviced China has helped Fox News in Chengdu, NPR in Beijing, Market Watch in Beijing, New Zealand TV3 in Sichuan and HGTV in Shanghai to film successfully: Our ability, in extreme conditions immediately after the earthquake, to convince the Chinese military into letting TV3 News presenter, Mike McRoberts (of 60 Minutes fame) to be allowed to board a rescue vehicle as a rescue was occurring, resulted in TV3 New Zealand receiving New Story of the Year in 2008 for their Sichuan earthquake coverage!

Paul and Marion work together as a team and along with a crack staff, can help you with travel inside China with gear (into difficult situations) film permits from the Chinese government, reserving your accommodation or successfully figuring something else out in extreme conditions, transportation, translating Chinese-English-Japanese-German-French-Spanish, arranging interviews, getting plum locations to get that stunning opening shot, casting, getting a top notch crew together in hours. The team at Serviced China makes sure you get what you need done in TV speed and at reasonable prices.  Paul and Marion have helped many crews to get insightful interviews from locals that make the difference in your final product.  If you need a new camera due to an unfortunate drop in a hole toilet at 10pm in rustic Sichuan, Serviced China comes through!

We are a unique group of China fixers who have been involved with all aspects of film and TV over the years.  However our real expertise is getting what you need done, the way you want it, when you need it in China. If you are thinking any of the below, you will appreciate  our services
Help! I’m making a documentary in China

How can I find bilingual assistant in China?

We are shooting a cutting edge, ground breaking piece with a fresh perspective in China

I need permits to film in China

Seeking to hire film crew?

Are you looking for film or TV professionals?

We will make YOU look like a pro in China.

Marion Wu [email protected] +86 139 1769 3554

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