Published the Good Practices Guide for Safety Shootings made by Spain Film Commission
The Ministerial Order of the Spanish Government of May 9, regulates the relaxation of certain national restrictions, established after the declaration of the state of alarm in application of phase 1 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality, allows the resumption of activities such as audiovisual shootings.
Since Monday, May 11, activity resumes in those territories that have passed to phase one, with all the health security guarantees established by current legislation and taking into account the special circumstances generated by COVID19. In this sense, the Spain Film Commission has prepared a Good Practices Guide for Safe Shootings, which contains guiding measures to follow before and during an audiovisual shoot. Its objective is to provide companies and professionals in the audiovisual sector with a proposal of useful, practical and clear measures and recommendations to reactivate the activity in Spain, complying with current occupational health and safety regulations, and respecting the provisions dictated at all times by the Competent Public Administrations.
The Good Practices Guide can be downloaded in this link (last update June 16, 2020)
The document is organized into the following topics:
1. Ligth, Camera, Action.
2. Basic rules.
3 Before filming
5. Safe transfers
6. Prevention in work centers and set
7. Shooting with guarantees
8. Private locations
9. Filming in public and natural areas
10. International Shootings
11. Filming with under age
Spain returns to activity with the proven efficiency of professionals in the audiovisual industry and with an important newness: the improvement of the tax incentive system approved by the Government last week, which increases the Tax Rebate to 30% in common territory and the 50% in the Canary Islands. "The country is placed among the most competitive destinations for international filming on a global level, which will also mean a great contribution to the economic recovery of Spain" according to Carlos Rosado, President of Spain Film Commission
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