Rubicon is being filmed in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia (Latin for “New Scotland”) is Canada’s fourth largest production centre, with film and television production well in excess of $100 million per year. Filmmakers who have shot in Nova Scotia keep coming back knowing that Nova Scotia has a multitude of looks for their projects and the support network to make it all happen. Its unique geography gives filmmakers the diversity they need. From urban streets to historic villages and scenic coastal towns, the range of settings makes Nova Scotia very versatile from a locations perspective.
For more than twenty years, Nova Scotia has provided the film industry with a friendly and professional cast and crew base, ready and willing to meet the challenges the industry presents. The Province’s crews are world class professionals with experience ranging from independent films, TV series and big budget features. These films include Titanic, Dolores Clairborne, The Scarlet Letter, K19: The Widowmaker, Two If By Sea, The Shipping News, Weight of Water, Amelia, Love and Death on Long Island, Margaret’s Museum, Outlander, Shake Hands with the Devil, The Event, and Trailer Park Boys. In addition, Nova Scotia is a regular destination for American television movies and series, including the Tom Selleck series of Jesse Stone films, Sea Wolf, Martha Inc., Stephen King’s Bag of Bones, Haven, and Moby Dick.