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The seventeenth Berlinale Co-Production Market announced the recipients of its cash prizes, which were awarded to three selected feature-length projects. This year, the market hosted thirty-six new titles from thirty-four countries, presented by their production companies in four different segments. All of them have already secured support from their home countries and at least one […]
1917 dominated the 2020 BAFTA Film Awards, sweeping seven of the categories. Joker entered the night with the most nominations which translated into three wins on the night. Awards season favourites including Parasite, Little Women, Jojo Rabbit and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood all found success but, despite being nominated in ten categories, The […]
The Location Guide delves into the unique challenges 1917 presented the location department from scout to strike with Supervising Location Manager Emma Pill who says “I have never worked on anything like this before”.
74 productions shot in Fiji in 2017, up from 57 in 2016, marking a significant growth for the nations flourishing film industry. Film Fiji have already approved and confirmed 7 major productions for 2018 and expect to see a similarly busy schedule.
FilmL.A. released their 2017 Feature Film Study today, revealing Canada as the top location for Hollywood production.
The Netherlands Film Fund have announced that a total of EUR4.4 million has been invested in 17 new productions throughout the first round of 2018. These productions will incur an estimated local spend of EUR18.8 million.
From high-end TV dramas such as The Night Manager, The Crown and Game of Thrones to big budget movies such as Star Wars: The Last Jedi or Justice League, there has been a well-documented boom in international production in recent years.
Statistics released by the Liverpool Film Office show that 2017 was the city’s busiest year for filming, with a generated income of GBP11.1 million. The expenditure was derived from 289 unique projects that incurred a record-breaking total of 1,359 shoot days.
2017 brought significant economic growth to Santa Clarita, with the Californian city attracting a total inward spend of USD33.9 million. The investment represents a 3% increase over 2016 alongside a 1.5% and 1.4% increase in permits and shoot days respectively.