Guidelines for filming safely across Europe
The European Film Commissions Network has gathered the protocols + guidelines within European Countries for filming + production during Covid-19.
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Even though film + TV production are slowly resuming across Europe and governments’ restrictions are easing, the risk of contagion is still a risk to be minimised.
In order for productions to restart safely, European governments + film institutions are providing the industry with technical + organisational measures. These guidelines + measures include cast + crew testings, protective equipment and on-site organisation an vary within European countries. Since each filming is different, specific risk-based measures need to be established prior to the start of activities.
The European Film Commissions Network has gathered these guidelines and made them available to all professionals shooting in Europe in the near future. The page is updated regularly – click on the button below to learn about the protocols in your country!
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