2009 and 2010 have been insanely busy years for Location Manager and Scout Chris Baugh. He has worked on the new Simon Pegg and Nick Frost film Paul, horse-racing
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British satellite broadcasting company BSkyB has filmed a new spot in Barbados to promote the World Twenty20 West Indies 2010 cricket competition. The spot shows ordinary Barbadians running to a bar to watch the games on TV as cricket balls rain down around them.
Nestle has filmed a new commercial for its ice cream brand Haagen-Dazs in various locations throughout New Zealand and Fiji. Ode to Flavour shows a team visiting remote beaches, jungle terrain and exposed mountainsides in search of the best flavours extracted directly from natural sources.
Many advertising agencies have been defying the recession and continued sending crews out to exciting locations around the world to film their latest spots. Many of these will be showing at the Cannes Lions festival shortly. Ahead of our trip to the Croisette, here are three that we thought made great use of their location shoots.
The isolationist political regime of the last 50 years has made Cuba, the largest island of the Antilles, a timewarp of retro styling. As advertisers and filmmakers are finding, it’s also
Jordan has been in demand for many years as a filming location. However, since the invasion of Iraq in 2003 its expansive desert landscapes have grown in popularity for film and TV projects looking to tackle the war in a safe environment.
Since new EC Treaty state aid rules kicked in fully in the summer of 2009, Italy has been in the middle of a production frenzy, as producers get wise to both national and regional incentives available for their pictures.
Oscar award winning director and producer Peter Jackson will lead a ministerial review of the New Zealand Film Commission to ensure it is best able to serve the needs of the local industry and community, Minister for Arts Culture and Heritage Christopher Finlayson announced today.
Maciej Karpinski, Deputy Director and Head of International Relations at the Polish Film Institute, has joined the European Film Promotion’s (EFP) Board of Directors.
Nunavut Film administers a Labour Rebate Program that provides up to 50% of costs incurred by Nunavut-based producers shooting in the territory. This program allows