From bulking up for a role to getting the perfect wildlife sequence, we take a look at just what some filmmakers are risking behind the scenes to get that perfect shot.
Portugal packs a punch for its size. With an average of 280 days of sunshine a year, great infrastructure, competitive rates and strong local talent, it is little wonder that this sliver of a country to the west of Spain is giving other European filming locations a run for their money.
Cuba is a beautiful location for filmmakers, with distinctive colonial buildings, over 200 stunning white sand beaches and plenty of areas of unspoiled natural beauty. All this is combined with an average of 330 days of sunshine per year, and a warm, culturally diverse population.
Readers will know that on 26 February KFTV hosted an industry panel at BVE, chaired by Josh Wilson. The insight and expertise provided by our four panellists, all highly regarded in their own fields, made for a stimulating, lively and informative afternoon.
KFTV will be chairing two panel discussions at BVE, the annual broadcast and production technology show held at the ExCeL Centre in London, UK, from Tuesday 24 until Thursday 26 February.
‘Twas the week before Christmas and all round the world,
Screenwriters vied to get their stories heard...
Every year the AFCI gives its members the opportunity to get together and share, review and improve its working dynamics as coordinators for the audiovisual industry at the annual AFCI Cineposium. This year the Barcelona Film Commission was there and shares the highlights of the event with KFTV readers.
Transformers and the Lego Movie kickstarted a trend of giving childhood toys and games the big screen tratment, but has it all gone too far?