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Your Step-by-Step Guide For Filming in Sri Lanka

Your Step-by-Step Guide For Filming in Sri Lanka

Written by Gopi Darmaratnam on Mar 9, 2021. Posted in Contributors

Sri Lanka is known for many things - tea, exotic beaches, wildlife, fresh fruits, hospitality, colonial buildings and many more. Not many know that it’s also a favourite destination for moviemakers. Thanks to the size of the country coupled with varying climate and landscape, this island is a moviemakers dream says Gopi Darmaratnam, from The Film Team Sri Lanka who guides us through the ins and outs of production in the country.

London Production Update Autumn 2020

London Production Update Autumn 2020

Written by Andrew Pavord on Sep 16, 2020. Posted in Contributors

The film industry recovery is gathering pace in the UK but some uncertainty remains as the infection rate rises and quarantine is imposed on returning travelers. The COVID-19 guidelines issued by various industry bodies has allowed some production to resume and the domestic film industry has been given hope by the announcement of a “Film and TV Restart Fund”, an insurance support fund of £500M which hopes to give some confidence to producers in these uncertain times.

Portugal’s Diverse Screen Locations

Portugal’s Diverse Screen Locations

Written by Hayley Sercombe on Jul 9, 2020. Posted in Contributors

Most of us know Portugal as a tourist destination: summer holidays spent laying on the beaches of Algarve, or maybe a city break to Lisbon or Porto. But when it comes to film locations, Portugal has much more to offer than what may first spring to mind says Hayley Sercombe, Executive Producer / Founder at Film Portugal and Bruno Pinhal, Portuguese Film Director. TLG invited the pair to take us on a tour of Portugal's unexpected locations. Hayley Sercombe, Executive Producer / Founder Film PortugalBruno Pinhal, Portuguese Film Director

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