List of Films Shot in Budapest - Films and Television Series Shot in Budapest

Films and Television Series Shot in Budapest

  • Étoile (1988)
  • Music Box (1989)
  • Howling V: The Rebirth (1989)
  • The Cremaster Cycle (Episode 5) (1997)
  • Gloomy Sunday"" (1999)
  • Au Pair (1999)
  • In the Beginning (2000)
  • An American Rhapsody (2001)
  • Last Run (2001)
  • Dinotopia (2002)
  • I Spy (2002)
  • 8mm 2 (2005)
  • Hellboy 2: The Golden Army (2008)
  • Transporter 3 (2008)
  • Iris (TV series) (2009)
  • Budapest (2009)
  • Pillars of the Earth (2010)
  • Juan (2010)
  • La Rafle (2010)
  • Carlos (Carlos the Jackal) (2010)
  • The Rite (2011)
  • The Borgias (2011)
  • Season of the Witch (2011)
  • Bel Ami (2011)
  • Silent witness (2011)
  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011)
  • In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011)

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