Major productions in the U.K. such as ‘The Batman,’ ‘Jurassic World: Dominion,’ ‘Sex Education’ and ‘The Witcher’ were shut down in mid-March. The British government and health bodies have formally endorsed a comprehensive set of guidelines that will allow shoots to restart in one of the world’s film and high-end production capitals after they were shut down due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Drawn up by the British Film Commission alongside the British Film Institute, The Working Safely During COVID-19 in Film and High-End TV Drama Production guidance was developed to help protect crew and cast from COVID-19 related risks, and while it isn’t mandatory, is expected to provide producers with necessary and scalable safe practice guidelines to help get the wheels moving on an industry hit hard by the crisis. Among the major productions to have postponed due to the coronavirus crisis were The Batman and Jurassic World: Dominion, alongside TV shows like Sex Education, The Witcher and The Crown. Meanwhile, the shutdown dramatically impacted tens of thousands of freelancers from across film and TV, many of whom found they didn’t qualify for the government financial support schemes that were put in place. Spearheaded by the British Film Commission, the Inward Investment Recovery… Read full this story
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