When the country went into lockdown in mid-March, Omar and Netflix were preparing to resume their respective series in France to resume shooting “Voltaire, Mixet” and “Arsene Lupine” with Omar CIA.
Produced by Anne Viecher Simon, “Voltaire, Mixet” is expected to resume filming in the south of France in mid-July, and “Arsene Lupine”, produced by Gomante, is reportedly no longer shooting before September due to talent availability. From different sources. The series was filmed at the Louvre Museum – which could reopen on June 2 once production ceases.
“Voltaire, Mixtet” An all-boys high school was established in the 1960s, which was overturned when it began to welcome girls. “Arsin Lupine,” meanwhile, revisits the story about the theft of the modern name and the master of disguise.
Elsewhere, one of the first two big-budget films on the domestic production path to re-launch in June: Roman Doris and “Sex Education” star Emma Mackie with Fred Cavie’s World War II drama “Adeu” period drama “Eiffel” with Mansour Hoffman “Daniel and Giles Leluche. The two photos will be shot in Paris.
The recent introduction of the French government’s compensation fund, created by the National Film Board (CNC) in collaboration with regional and private partners, including banks, institutions and insurers, is now slowly being restarted.
Details of the fund are not available, but Culture Minister Frank Reister May said the fund would exceed € 50 million ($ 4 million) and expand to film and TV productions that were disrupted or canceled during the epidemic.
The French health minister, meanwhile, is expected to greenlight sanitary guidelines for filming in the COVID-19 era later this week.
These health recommendations were brought together by CCCCT (Central Health Committee on Production of Film, Shorts and Commercials, Committee for Safety and Working Conditions) in collaboration with multiple Film and Audiovisual Guilds. According to Eric Altmeyer, co-founder of Mandarin Productions, the next French-weighted film in the pipeline, the new rules could prove divisive for some as they will lead to more expensive and longer productions.
Amazon and Netflix did not respond to a request for comment by Press Time.