March 2020 celebrated twenty years of business for Namib Film – Namibia’s longest running and most established Production Company.
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New Zealand has begun its gradual exit from lockdown, but Auckland based production company Film Construction completed a TVC under restrictions.
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 Location Guide, makers and FOCUS have launched the Makers & Shakers Awards supported by Equals. The Makers & Shakers Awards celebrate excellence in the global creative screen industries and will shine a spotlight on significant ideas and initiatives from across the global screen content production support industry.
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
Fifteen companies from four continents took up the straight 8 challenge, with four entrants taking awards home after the audience vote.
Risky Business from Film Construction considers the danger and rewards of shooting in some of New Zealand’s most epic locations
Place Film Series, conceived by Film Construction, showcases New Zealand’s locations and filmmakers through conversations with local production service providers. Risky Business, the first in the series, discusses spectacle, danger and working with Tom Cruise on Mission Impossible 6.
PLACE, a film series by Film Construction has launched with a trailer. The series shows conversations between filmmakers that provide insight into location support and production services throughout New Zealand.
I have been involved in the film business from a very young age. I was an actress in the Miami area during my pre-teens but then decided I preferred to be behind the camera. Luckily a producer by the name of Rob Cohen took me under his wing and during summers and holidays I was […]
In December 2018, Tunisia’s Tozeur International Film Festival (TOIFF) invited a group of eight location managers to attend its first edition, followed by a scout of the country. Looking to revive its international filming industry, our attendance at the festival and tour were conceived as ways to encourage international filming in Tunisia once again.