Fast and Furious 9 has wrapped shooting after a five month shoot after a shoot taking place in the UK, Thailand and central Asia and the US.
Principal production has started on the Fox Searchlight Film based on the acclaimed 2000 documentary of the same name which chronicled the rise and fall of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker.
BBC family adventure series The Snow Spider is first recipient of Liverpool City Region Production Fund
The Snow Spider will shoot for six weeks across Wirral, use a vacant school as a makeshift studio and carry out VFX work in Liverpool. Commissioned by the CBBC and BBC Wales series, the Leopard Pictures series is the first recipient of the Liverpool City Region Production Fund launched in April and will see the company expand their base in the city.
Due to a wealth of Georgian architecture, Bath has grown a strong reputation for period productions such as Tom Hoopers Les Miserables, and ITV’s Sandition. Filmed entirely in bath and Bristol, new crime series Invisible, proves that the region can offer value to contemporary productions too.
Shooting started in Norway in early 2019 for Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond. The global production went on to visit Jamaica and Italy before wrapping in late October, 2019.
The production stars Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner, Summer of Rockets) as a cantakerous and brilliant architect who embarks on a highly unusual commission in Malta for the man who calls himself the Grand Duke of Corsica, played by Peter Stormare (Fargo, American Gods). An epidemic hits the Island during Alfreds visit, from which its inhabitants must free but Alfred remains to finish the job.
Written and directed by Daniel Graham (Opus Zero), Camelot Films are producing. Amp International are handling sales.
The production used the Malta Tax Credit, which provides up to 40% tax credit on eligible expenditure. Launched recently, the incentive strengthens the offering of the island which has a studio facility and locations featured in features such as Papillon, videogame Assassin’s Creed and Agora.
Production begins on Death on the Nile, reuniting the filmmakers behind Murder on the Orient Express
The film brings together the filmmaking team behind Murder on the Orient Express for another Agatha Christie adaptation.
Production began in may, and series nine will air in January 2020, providing British audiences with a taste of tropical island sunshine during the winter.
The dark comedy series is set in 1992 central Florida stars Kirsten Dunst as a minimum wage worker park employee who lies and schemes her way through the ranks of a shady pyramid scheme.
Airing on Apple+, the Paramount TV and Anonymous Content production is based on the semi-autobiographical novel from Gregory David Roberts. Shantaram depicts Roberts’ life after escaping from a maximum security prison in Mebourne in 1980, and fleeing to India.