Covid-19 around a year ago, in March 2020 has changed our world and the filming industry as well. How does Hollywood manage to go on?
From Monday the 8th of March, Hungary will be on lockdown again, due to the fast spread of the coronavirus.
Exhibitors, Producers Guild welcome govt’s decision to allow 100 per cent occupancy in theatres from February 1, 2021.
UPDATED – Los Angeles County would be easing any of its restrictions, as officials with the California Department of Public Health have lifted the stay-at-home order for all counties.
A shift in filming locations is up for a change as in a few weeks TV and film productions will no longer qualify for UK travel exemption. This is in effect from the 18th of January.
While LADPH is urging film productions to “strongly consider” pausing their operations, studios are at their highest peak in Budapest. As a safe haven for US film companies, productions do not expect any changes in filming schedules. Major service companies share their secret, how they deal with the COVID restrictions and make productions finish safely in time.
LADPH has asked FilmLA to remind filmmakers that “travel for production purposes is currently not advised.” The message also cautioned, encouraging filmmakers to, “keep cast and crew close to home.”
Dr. Tamasi says their quick and accurate testing method gives a reassuring confidence for Hollywood film makers, not going for forced holiday due to the pandemic.
Budapest’s Origo Studios marked ten years in the filmmaking business at an event on Wednesday. A...