New production opportunities are becoming apparent in China and South East Asia, but US filmmakers and studios are investing in the domestic industry rather than filming locally.
Lucasfilm’s visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) is making use of holographic technology to revolutionise pre-production by enabling the creation of virtual sets.
KFTV, part of MBI, is organising the first Media Production Show, taking place on 9-10th June at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London.
In a month that has seen a Disney subsidiary company prosecuted for alleged safety lapses on the set of Star Wars, we take a look at whether changes need to be made in the production industry.
The majestic kingdom of Thailand has long been considered a premier filming location in South East Asia, with its vast natural resources and rich cultural heritage providing a plethora of choices for scenic backdrops.
Film London is holding an event to showcase London as a filming location destination for television producers from the Nordic territories.
When noughties smash-hit film Zoolander - starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson - announced its sequel by having the two stars walk the runway at Paris Fashion Week it – naturally - created a whirlwind of publicity.
Thailand is one of the most popular countries in Asia for filmmakers and not just because of low production costs. The territory has excellent infrastructure especially for production equipment, plus with picturesque views and friendly locals the nation has become very popular for productions.