JobsWhy Go PRO?PRO Member RewardsCrew ListTestimonialsWho We Work With
Career ResourcesCareer GuidesCV AdviceExample CVsCase StudiesFAQSAbout MFJF
CommunityCompetitionsThe Screening RoomIndustry NewsEssentials
Film CoursesCoursesCourse ProvidersAdvertise your Course
RecruitersPost a JobSearch For CrewContact Us
Sign In
Join Now for Free


November 2020 | Screen Daily

Kenneth Branaugh and Terence Davis discuss working under COVID condition to keep cast and crew safe.

"Filming his semi-autobiographical feature Belfast prompted an increase in cardiovascular activity for Kenneth Branagh. “Our one-way systems caused various hilarity — the steps everybody took, as measured by their devices, went up significantly,” says the filmmaker, discussing the changes needed to allow filmmaking to continue in the time of Covid-19. “You were often travelling a great deal further.”

Telling the story of a boy growing up in the tumult of late 1960s Northern Ireland, Belfast is a film Branagh had wanted to make for “the last 10 or 15 years”. He suddenly had the time and headspace to write his passion project having completed the majority of post-production on his second Agatha Christie adaptation, Death On The Nile for 20th Century Studios, by the time the UK lockdown began in March.

“It had the impetus and energy to move to production with speed that some projects are just born with,” says Branagh."

To read the full story click HERE ... 

Swingers turns 25!
Season 2 of the The Mandalorian kicks off on Disney + ...

Contribute to THE Community

Would you like to share your set stories, write reviews or blog about your journey into the industry? MFJF would love to hear from you!

Contact Us