Currently airing on the BBC, The Luminaries is the largest ever New Zealand TV series based on a local story that has ever been made in the country. Producer Lisa Chatfield says the BBC, TVNZ and Freemantle were “committed to ensuring that the series has the integrity and authenticity of the book – a story […]
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Scouting a Georgian-era house that would allow extensive set decoration and production design was key to fulfilling director Autumn De Wilde’s vision of a “heightened colourful world” for Emma.
Tim Clark, film commissioner for Buffalo Niagara Film Office will serve as AFCI’s first newly-elected board chair since 2016. The new board sees returning members as well as two newly-elected members.
Disney’s latest live-action remake Aladdin hit the screens in early May. Directed by Guy Ritchie, the film brought to life the fictional city of Agrabah, which until now had only been seen in animated form.
In early November the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau invited six British location managers on a familiarisation trip to Sri Lanka. I joined David Pinnington (Guardians of the Galaxy, Game of Thrones), Eduardo Rodriguez (Ready Player One, Black Mirror), Ben Macgregor (Blitz, RocknRolla), Martin Walker (The Fitzroy, Ill Manors) , Mick Ratman (The Flag, Welcome […]
I worked in various jobs in the natural resources field after I graduated from college. That eventually led to a job as a realty specialist for the Kootenai National Forest based in the small logging town of Libby, Montana. Steven Spielberg came to the area to make the firefighting movie Always in 1989 and one […]
Presented by the Film Liaisons in California Statewide (FLICS) the twenty-fourth California On Location Awards (COLA’s) took place this Sunday in Beverly Hills. The awards which honour the best location professionals in California are decided by members of FLICS, past COLA winners and a steering committee of Teamsters Local 399 members.