After being closed to external travellers, Uruguay is finally opening up its borders. The film and television industries in Latin America are beginning to show signs of recovery, and the latest news signifies another important step for local producers. New arrivals in Uruguay must show proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours […]
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Sustainable technology company TheGreenShot is sponsoring this year’s Green Zone Happy Hour at FOCUS 2021. The Green Zone is the space where organisations meet at the convention to exchange eco-friendly business ideas. Running from 3.30pm to 4.30pm, the Happy Hour presents a chance to close the physical side of proceedings in style.
As part of this year’s edition of FOCUS, Producers Without Borders will host a private lunch for producers in partnership with Quebec Film and Television Council (QFTC) on Tuesday 7th December. Producers Without Borders is a network of proven international producers who thrive across film, television and multimedia. Joining the group requires a recommendation from […]
For creative people longing for thrill, excitement and hair-raising experiences… dare to explore some of Compass Rose network’s eeriest locations – where you can encounter myths, history and the supernatural at every step!
The Czech Republic’s Culture Minister Lubomír Zaorálek has transferred an extra EUR12 million, or CZK300 million, to the State Cinematography Fund in an attempt to attract new film projects to the country. Drawing from state budget reserves, the 2021 budget for national production incentives has now grown from EUR31.5 million to EUR43.5 million, or the […]
Marseille is emerging as France’s next hot filming destination. The capital of the Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur Région is experiencing a wave of demand from international productions who are visiting not just for locations, but staying and basing entire shoots in the South of France.
On location in Mongolia with Orgil Makhaan, the founder and president of the Mongolian National Film Commission
TLG speaks to Orgil Makhaan, president of the Mongolian National Film Commission about Mongolia’s production sector, locations and the new 30% filming incentive.
The Cruella de Vil origin story is set in a vibrant punk era of 1970s London. Production was based at Shepperton Studios, and filming took place at over 44 locations in central London and around the UK.
The shootout had a nature theme, following up after the Isolation Edition in 2020. Competing companies included Agile Films, Caviar, Dog Eat Dog, Familia, Gear Room, Groundglass, Iris Worldwide, The Lift, Mullen Lowe, Pitch and Sync, Presence, Prodigious, The Producers, Pulse Films and Yolafilmo.
TLG speaks to Stephen Strachan, Film Commissioner at Film ALULA, Saudi Arabia. The newly formed commission represents filming in Saudi Arabia’s north-western region known for its desert landscapes and heritage sites.