Schreyvogelgasse is a charming little alley hidden in the center of Vienna. It was named after one of the director’s of the Burgtheater, Austria’s National Theatre which is only a few streets away. His name means shrike bird. Slightly hilly, this is a calm corner in contrast to Austria’s busy capital city. It is home to a variety of beautiful, historic Austrian houses. These buildings are typically baroque; elegant spirals and decorations as well as oval windows standing out of the roofs. Their creamy white walls give them a sense of modesty. They are much smaller and more decorated than the surrounding tenement houses. Its romantic European atmosphere is accentuated by the cobblestone road and iron railings. This atmospheric spot has caught the eyes of quite a few filmmakers; the classic 1949 film The Third Man was filmed here, as well as two films in the 90s: Before Sunrise and Sunshine directed by the Oscar winner, Hungarian director István Szabó. Progressive Productions has also had the opportunity to do a production here; this was one of the locations for APT’s - Unforgettable commercial.