Hong Kong is the perfect backdrop for filmmakers to shoot their film, TV and commercial productions. The architecture is daring and refreshingly different while the contrasts between the modern and traditional are interesting and surprising.
ITV’s upcoming adaptation of William Makepeace Thackery’s classic novel, Vanity Fair, began filming in September last year and is due to air this Autumn. The seven-part series filmed on location across London, including Marble Hill House and Fitzroy Square, and in Hungary's Budapest.
Chambers, an upcoming drama series produced by Netflix and Benefactor Productions has begun filming on location in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Principal photography is expected to continue until early-November.
This year’s Cannes Film Festival brought with it a seismic event for the production industry, one which many thought would never come to pass: the release of Terry Gilliam’s long-gestating passion project, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
Production will soon be underway for Mammoth Screen’s adaptation of The ABC Murders, with scenes to be filmed in Ripon, North Yorkshire. The project will star John Malkovich as Agatha Christie’s iconic detective, Hercule Poirot.
The London town of Croydon stars as the setting for a musically-inspired commercial from BT. With location support from FilmFixer, the production travelled throughout London to shoot several scenes with synchronised visuals, set to the beat of New Order’s Blue Monday.