The Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) announces its most geographically and culturally diverse board of directors in the organization’s 45-year history.
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The Pažaislis Church and Monastery Complex in Kaunas, Lithuania wins of the fourth edition of the EUFCN Location Award, the award for best European film and TV location organised by the European Film Commisisons Network (EUFCN), in collaboration with Cineuropa.
The eight-part Netflix sci-fi from the BAFTA award winning Misfits creator Howard Overman imagines a world in the near future where a DNA test can find your perfect partner. Production took place in Bristol Cardiff and Newport.
Coen Brothers, Witherspoon and Longoria projects among 22 selected for California Film & TV Tax Credit Program
The golden state will double for Afghanistan, Mexico, China and other locales across the twenty-two selected projects and more than forty percent of the filming days are planned outside of the L.A. 30-Mile Zone. Jason Bateman produced and directed Netflix feature Here Comes the Flood has the highest tax credit allocation at USD13,777,000.
Stage Fifty developing three UK film studio sites creating over 300,000 square feet of production ready stage space
Stage Fifty promises production-ready sound stages that can be built anywhere in just four months. Three UK film studio sites from Stage Fifty are currently in development, creating over 300,000 square feet of high-quality stage space.
TLG talks to Daniel Garibotti, production professional and founder of Amazonas Film Camp, the first film camp in the central Amazon which provides film and TV productions access to the region.
Produced with funding from Northern Ireland Screen, filming for Bloodlands took place in and around Belfast and Strangford Lough in early 2020. The series is the first drama from newly formed production company HTM Television, co-owned by Hat Trick and Jed Mercurio (Bodyguard, Line of Duty).
Serbia remains one of the few European destinations to provide an incentive to TV commercials and advertising projects. The 20% TVC cash rebate has provided support to 150 projects in the previous five years.
The GBP11.8 million expansion will increase the number of sound stages at the Bristol Studio to eleven. The West of England Combined Authority has greenlit the project and provided significant investment to help maintain and grow TV and film production in Bristol and the West of England.
The Dig recounts one of Britain’s greatest archaeological discoveries. On location filming around Suffolk in 2019 set the scene for the historic unearthing of the first complete intact ship burial at Sutton Hoo, which is now believed to be the grave of an Anglo-Saxon King.