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Film and TV production in Poland will resume on May 18 – variety

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The Polish government has given the green light to resume film and TV production on May 18 due to the lifting of restrictions on the war against the coronavirus.

The country received a 30% cash discount for production early last year, and the Polish Film Institute and the Polish Film Commission are encouraging foreign producers to come there to shoot their projects. In the first year of the incentive, two projects benefited from a total funding of € 12 million (13 13 million).

Recently released projects include “The Turncoat”, a World War II miniseries produced by Harlan Cobain’s thriller “The Woods” produced by Netflix’s local production powerhouse ATM Gruper and directed by Oscar winner Florian Galenberger for Live.

Upcoming lens projects in Poland include Jonathan Glazer’s Holocaust drama “The Zone of Interest”, produced and distributed by A24 in the United States, and the release of Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov’s new film “Rhino”. Trump was up last year after being imprisoned in Russia on terrorism charges.

According to the guidelines for shooting COVID-19 next time, crew members must wear masks and actors must maintain social distance from the crew. There are also rules about the number of persons allowed on sets depending on the nature of production and crew clusters are discouraged.

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