UK filming for Death on the Nile

Twentieth Century Fox’s next feature adaptation of Agatha Christie’s crime canon is beginning very early pre-production in the UK. 

Twentieth Century Fox’s next feature adaptation in Agatha Christie’s crime canon is beginning very early pre-production in the UK.

Filming is due to begin in 2019 on murder mystery Death on the Nile with Kenneth Branagh directing from Michael Green’s screenplay.

2017’s starry Murder on the Orient Express – also directed by and starring Branagh – filmed in the UK and Malta and went on to gross more than $350m worldwide.

The UK’s film-friendly profile – a combination of generous tax incentives, world-class crew and studios, and a wide variety of locations – make it one of a handful of international production hubs able to support filming on many big-budget features and high-end TV dramas simultaneously.

Recent figures from the BFI showed that inward investment features contributed a massive £752m – 80% - of the overall film production spend in the UK during the first six months of 2018.

Studio space is in high demand in the UK with several new sites being constructed as well as existing facilities undergoing expansion.

UK filming for Death on the Nile
Murder on the Orient Express

Photo: 20th Century Fox.

UK filming for Death on the Nile
Murder on the Orient Express

Twentieth Century Fox’s next feature adaptation in Agatha Christie’s crime canon is beginning very early pre-production in the UK.

Filming is due to begin in 2019 on murder mystery Death on the Nile with Kenneth Branagh directing from Michael Green’s screenplay.

2017’s starry Murder on the Orient Express – also directed by and starring Branagh – filmed in the UK and Malta and went on to gross more than $350m worldwide.

The UK’s film-friendly profile – a combination of generous tax incentives, world-class crew and studios, and a wide variety of locations – make it one of a handful of international production hubs able to support filming on many big-budget features and high-end TV dramas simultaneously.

Recent figures from the BFI showed that inward investment features contributed a massive £752m – 80% - of the overall film production spend in the UK during the first six months of 2018.

Studio space is in high demand in the UK with several new sites being constructed as well as existing facilities undergoing expansion.

Photo: 20th Century Fox.

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