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On location with Leslie Ann Wills-Caton, Film Commissioner of Trinidad and Tobago

On location with Leslie Ann Wills-Caton, Film Commissioner of Trinidad and Tobago

Written by Shona Smith on Apr 6, 2021. Posted in Interviews

TLG speaks to Leslie Ann Wills-Caton, General Manager/ Film Commissioner of FilmTT Film Commissioner of Trinidad and Tobago Film Company who shows some of the Caribbean island's interesting locations, the 5-35% rebate system and what filming infrastructure is available. "A place that has rarely been seen on the big or small international screen, the opportunities are endless to present this location as fresh and new to the world."

TLG speaks to Harvey Edgington, Senior Filming Locations Manager at the National Trust

TLG speaks to Harvey Edgington, Senior Filming Locations Manager at the National Trust

Written by Shona Smith on Mar 22, 2021. Posted in Interviews

The National Trust is Europe’s largest conservation charity and cares for historic properties and countryside across the UK. Its properties have appeared in adaptations of each of Jane Austen’s six main novels, provided the real-life location of Winston Churchill’s home in The Darkest Hour, and key locations in long-running series such as Poldark and Downton Abbey.

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.

UK Advertising Line Up for Collective Gear-Change for Climate Action

UK Advertising Line Up for Collective Gear-Change for Climate Action

Written by Shona Smith on Feb 25, 2021. Posted in General Interest

Ad Net Zero is encouraging the industry to make a substantial gear-change in a critical year for climate change in the run-up to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow this November. The UK advertising industry’s initiative to help UK advertising response to the climate crisis has announced its supporter base including APA, Dentsu, Publicis Group, and Wieden+Kennedy.

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