Namibia's profile has raised significantly with the success of the long-awaited action movie Mad Max: Fury Road.
Critically acclaimed and an international box-office success, the film spent 100 days shooting in the southern African country with a production base at Swakopmund on the Skeleton Coast.
Mad Max director George Miller was drawn to Namibia’s vast desert landscapes as he sought the most dramatic vistas for his post-apocalyptic story.
Likely inspired by the visual landscape of Mad Max, the upcoming reboot of The Mummy also decided to shoot in the Namib Desert.
Namibia is a politically stable corner of southern Africa and offers dense bush and rugged mountains alongside the desert terrain. There’s also easy access to South Africa, which is one of the continent’s most established production hubs.
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