The streaming service Netflix considers the Czech Republic an important region in which it operates. In a press release from Tuesday, September 7, he describes our country literally as a “key production location for the creation of films and series”. The newly opened headquarters of Netflix in Warsaw is intended to bring the service closer to its subscribers and also to its artistic partners.
“We have just opened a headquarters in Warsaw for our team in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region. We are glad that the best professionals in the field are part of it. In the coming months, we will focus on the recruitment of other colleagues from various fields of activity, on the one hand on strengthening our own position in the region and on cooperation with local markets and the film industry,” said Anna Naglerová, director of the local language production department in the CEE region, on this occasion.
“The film industry in Central and Eastern Europe is known for its creative traditions and local talent. In the Czech Republic itself, over the years we have invested in licensing great content, such as the popular theater trio and their film venture Three Tigers: Jackpot or the popular family comedy Prvok, Šampón, Tečka and Karel. We are going to support Czech filmography and bring it to an international audience in the future,” added Łukasz Kluskiewicz, director of the Central and Eastern European division of Local Films.