Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and The Last Black Man in San Francisco are motion picture winners at the 7th annual LMGI Awards. Perry Mason, Killing Eve, Little America and ZeroZeroZero won in the Television categories. Mask of the Zodiac was awarded outstanding locations in a commercial, and Toscana Film Commission were recognised for […]
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Directors UK have published additional guidelines acknowledging new considerations of directing intimate scenes when working during coronavirus.
The new website connects and showcases all eighteen UNESCO cities of Film. The site has been launched to enhance the global collaboration of the film & moving image sector.
Location Manager Mandi Dillin, LMGI (Inception, Interstellar), has worked on HBO’s Westworld since the first series. In series three viewers are taken outside of the Western theme park into a new “technocratic metropolis”. Dillin explains how her team decided what the world outside of Westworld looked like, and why locations are such an important element […]
Gerety Awards has a new deadline extension, confirms its judging will be remote this year and announces it will not be accepting Covid-19 related ads.
Set in London and the surrounding home counties Mammoth Screen’s adaptation of H.G. Wells’ classic science fiction novel stays true to the period Edwardian setting of the orginal novel, but substitutes southern locations in favour of doubles in the north-west of the UK.
Debuting on the brand new Disney+ streaming platform, The Lady and the Tramp is Disney’s latest live-action adaptation, remaking the 1955 classic cartoon.
The dark comedy series is set in 1992 central Florida stars Kirsten Dunst as a minimum wage worker park employee who lies and schemes her way through the ranks of a shady pyramid scheme.
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.