History channel “JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald” in Moscow

FilmspbTV is excited to announce the completion of a successful filming project in Moscow for the History channel’s show “JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald”. Our team organized the production of an episode in which Bob Baer and his elite team of investigators travel to Moscow to uncover new evidence surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Our team provided a full range of production services, including logistics, fixer services, location scouting, casting, props, and filming permits throughout Moscow. Our dedicated team worked tirelessly to ensure a smooth production process, including the challenging task of filming at the iconic Red Square.

One of the highlights of the project was our team’s successful organization of an interview with an ex-KGB officer who was the first person to speak with Lee Harvey Oswald at the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City. This interview provided valuable insights into Oswald’s time in the Soviet Union and added depth to the investigation into Kennedy’s assassination.

Overall, FilmspbTV is proud to have been a part of the “JFK Declassified” project and we look forward to future collaborations with History channel and other clients in the future.

Services: Scouting, filming permits, casting, art department, coordination

Local Crew: Fixer, cast, props master, make up

Location: Moscow


Filming for History channel in Moscow