Set in London and the surrounding home counties Mammoth Screen’s adaptation of H.G. Wells’ classic science fiction novel stays true to the period Edwardian setting of the orginal novel, but substitutes southern locations in favour of doubles in the north-west of the UK.
Debuting on the brand new Disney+ streaming platform, The Lady and the Tramp is Disney’s latest live-action adaptation, remaking the 1955 classic cartoon.
The novel by Marele Day was adapted into a series by Foxtel Studios Australia and filmed entirely in the South West regions of the country. In the UK, the series is exclusively available on the BritBox streaming service, from BBC and ITV.
While the budget has not been revealed by the BBC, the series is the UK broadcaster’s most expensive show to date. The series was heavily filmed in studios, with much of the budget going to VFX, provided in its entirety by Framestore.
Set in Dublin, Ireland, the series follows an investigation into a murder of a girl found at an ancient stone alter deep in Knocknaree woods, where twenty one years earlier three boys went missing. Out of the twenty-six weeks spent filming on location, the production spent just two in the Republic of Ireland.
New York, LA, New Orleans, Berlin, Bucharest, Paris, Johannesburg and the Lesotho border feature in the new work from Barney Cokeliss.
Giri/Haji, or Duty / Shame in English explores the butterfly effect of a murder on two very different cities. The thriller split action between London and Tokyo.
Warner Brothers’ adaptation of Donna Tartt’s sprawling novel The Goldfinch takes place between New York, Las Vegas and Amsterdam. A stolen seventeenth century painting by Dutch Artist Carel Fabritius implicates the Dutch capital and becomes the setting for some of the film’s most dramatic moments.