The Film Office’s Film & TV Development Fund was set up in response to Covid-19 using funding from Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Strategic Investment Fund. A total of GBP158 worth of funding has been awarded so far, with applications open until September.
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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 […]
New Zealand is already a busy production hub has become a popular destination for large scale film and television projects with Lord of the Rings and Avatar sequels currently shooting in the country. X3 Studios are the most flexible turnkey studios in New Zealand and have been specifically designed for large scale ‘build the world’ […]
TLG talks to Stan Wolfgramm, local line producer and CEO of Drum Productions on what producers should expect in the Cook Islands.
New Zealand has begun its gradual exit from lockdown, but Auckland based production company Film Construction completed a TVC under restrictions.
A new spot promoting EE’s rollout of 5G across the UK saw the brand stage “The Worlds First 5G-powered AR performance” at Birmingham’s New Street Station. British band Bastille, who were also chosen to soundtrack John Lewis’ 2019 Christmas ad, put on the show which was streamed live to rail passengers in transport hubs across […]
Is this your first time exhibiting at FOCUS? What has brought Creative Romanian Film Makers to the 2019 event? Even though most of the companies we represent have been at least once exhibitors at FOCUS, yes, this is our first (of many) time exhibiting at FOCUS. Of course, we scouted the event before committing and […]
The festival celebrating well-crafted commercials, music videos, short films and branded content from around the world returns to Kino International, Berlin on November 8 & 9 where all the finalists will be screened, before the Awards Ceremony at Delphi Filmpalast on November 8th, at 8.00pm.
Giri/Haji, or Duty / Shame in English explores the butterfly effect of a murder on two very different cities. The thriller split action between London and Tokyo.
Production in Birmingham began in October 2018 for the 4×60’ BBC One drama. Film Birmingham facilitated the filming and worked with the production company The Forge to find suitable locations that could double for London, and sourced local crew to join the production.