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.
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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).
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.
For the first time in its history, the European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN) has elected joint co-presidents to guide the network. The Location Guide speaks to the newly elected EUFCN Co-Presidents Pavlina Zipkova (Czech Film Commission) and Mikael Svensson (Southern Sweden Film Commission) who will take over from Truls Kontny, Head of Film Commission Norway […]
The 2021 Awards are now open for entries. The full jury includes more than 180 advertising and marketing leaders from 30 different countries.
Chef Tom Kitchin explores the wonders of Scottish produce in ‘journeys of taste’ docuseries serviced by UK-wide production service company LS Productions. The culinary journey takes viewers through the Scottish landscape with the Michelin starred chef.
The three day shoot was part of the Nikon Z Creators featuring the Z Series mirrorless system. All shots were taken with a camera from the series in a series of twelve remote shoots across the globe, headed by Belgian production company Friendship and Tokyo agency K & L Inc.
FOCUS talks to Bree Loverich, manager of Screen CanterburyNZ which is the film office for Christchurch, Canterbury & the West Coast of Aotearoa, New Zealand
Amazon Prime war crime drama Hunters and Disney+ historical drama The Right Stuff are the latest TV series that have relocated to California thanks to the Film & Television Tax Credit Programme 3.0 that provides a 25% non-transferable tax credit to relocating television series.
The five finalists are competing to be named best European film location in a vote by the general public. The European Film Commissions Network has revealed the shortlist of locations in Slovakia, Italy, Germany, Lithuania and North Macedonia.