Written by Shona Smith on Apr 8, 2020. Posted in General Interest

PSN table shows where cameras are rolling around the globe

The handy table from Production Service Network shows which of its global partners can currently film, and the production status of each territory.

Coronavirus is spreading across the globe at different rates with Europe currently the epicentre for the virus. Many film shoots have either been postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus, which results in production delays.

With the help of remote production technology shoots can be pulled off even as teams are under lockdown restrictions. The table helps connect those unable to travel with service providers who can pull off live action shoots.

PSN’s table reflects which members of its global network are currently able to roll cameras and is regularly updated to reflect the changing situation.

The table also reflects the production status of each country available. To limit the peak of the pandemic individual governments who have introduced measures such as limiting gatherings of people, restricting inbound travel. For live action shoots, this can mean that there are limits on numbers of crew and cast, or if a production can shoot on location and in studios.

For instance, in China where the virus first peaked small studio shoots with limited crew numbers were first permitted as lockdown measures began to lift in March. Now, film and TV shoots have started to resume too.

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