Forest Film Locations is an introduction service, provided without cost, for all parties wanting to film in the Royal Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England. The forest provides filmmakers with six very different filming locations all within six miles of each other. They were previously unavailable for exclusive filming in their summer season and are large […]
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The GBP2 million temporary new fund for UK independent productions aims to ensure producers are in a position to restart when it is safe and practical to do so. Up to GBP150,000 per project is available to help cover unexpected additional costs for productions unavoidably interrupted as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]
The handy table from Production Service Network shows which of its global partners can currently film, and the production status of each territory.
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.
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.
Peter Weir, Michael J. Meehan and Hidden Empire Film Groups Deon Taylor, Roxanne Avent & Robert F. Smith to be honoured at the 6th Annual LMGI Awards
The 6th annual Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) Awards will take place on September 21, 2019. The awards honour international features, television and commercials in which the creative use of filming locations set the tone, enrich the character and enhance the narrative.
Jacaranda Films, PSN Chile enabled the production to capture the real solar eclipse – which lasted for only two minutes and eighteen seconds, by sourcing the perfect location and specialist equipment
IAPI (Institute of Advertising Practitioners in Ireland) has unveiled “Ireland. Where Creative is Native”, a new platform looking to raise the profile of the Irish advertising industry domestically and internationally.
Chernobyl producers prioritise authenticity with on location filming taking place in a nuclear reactor plant and the Chernobyl exclusion zone
The five-part miniseries dramatises the events surrounding the 1986 nuclear disaster in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Over one-hundred and fifty sets were built and shooting took place across Ukraine, the UK and Lithuania. The ambitious project saw accuracy and detail as essential to its philosophy. To this end, second unit filming took place in Chernobyl’s exclusion zone, […]
As part of Land Rover’s 70th anniversary celebrations, the brand produced a short advertising film effectively exploring the longevity of their vehicles by showcasing the remote village of Maneybhanjang in mountainous West Bengal, India. The village is known as the land of land rovers due to its forty-strong fleet of vintage Land Rovers that are […]