Directors UK have published additional guidelines acknowledging new considerations of directing intimate scenes when working during coronavirus.
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TLG talks to Stan Wolfgramm, local line producer and CEO of Drum Productions on what producers should expect in the Cook Islands.
Expanding Framestore’s existing capabilities, Framestore Pre-production Services (FPS) will provide clients with more adaptability and flexibility for standalone pre-production support or seamless end-to-end production solution.
Disney’s latest live-action remake Aladdin hit the screens in early May. Directed by Guy Ritchie, the film brought to life the fictional city of Agrabah, which until now had only been seen in animated form.
After announcing the shortlist, the Gerety Awards celebrated the first finalists of the all-female power jury award at their Rough Cut Diamond and BBQ Session in Cannes.
It is fair to say that in the UK, at least, Benidorm’s reputation precedes it. Having boomed on to the scene in the sixties with the advent of package holidays, it has maintained such a prominent position in British culture that it spawned ITV’s award-winning situational comedy Benidorm, about a group of British holidaymakers who […]
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.
Netflix’s hit reality show Queer Eye relocated to film its third season in Kansas City, Missouri after basing its first two seasons in Atlanta, Georgia.
The British-Italian co-production between Italy’s Lux Vide and London’s Big Light have now filmed three series in Tuscany, Italy. Medici’s Location Manager Daniele Di Biasi and Toscana Film Commission’s Raffaella Conti discuss how local Italian talent has created authenticity for the period drama.
Stan and Ollie, a biopic following comedy duo Laurel and Hardy’s farewell UK tour in 1953 unearthed a range of period theatres, many of which the comedy duo had performed in over the course of their career.