Tickets are now on sale for straight 8 shootout Cannes 2019. Presented by the APA and Cinelab London, the straight 8 shootout premiere returns to Cannes for the fourth consecutive year with fifteen teams entering from creative companies worldwide.
New Jersey’s 30-35% Film and Digital Media Tax Credit Program, which was signed into law in summer 2018, has approved its first round of productions. Four projects have been approved, two of which will receive the bonus allocated to productions with a diversity plan for hiring minority and women.
HBO’s gripping five-part miniseries Chernobyl follows the aftermath of the explosion at the Ukrainian nuclear reactor plant in 1989. Since airing in May, tourist interest in the site has risen considerably.
Place Film Series, conceived by Film Construction, showcases New Zealand’s locations and filmmakers through conversations with local production service providers. Risky Business, the first in the series, discusses spectacle, danger and working with Tom Cruise on Mission Impossible 6.
Epic, not only in its subject matter, but also in scale Sky Original drama Romulus will tell the history and myth surrounding the founding of Rome. Filming is set to begin with production taking place in Rome and the Lazio region over a twenty-eight week period.