How Post-Production Companies are Continuing to Work Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Reprinted from Variety by on March 20, 2020.

As the world responds to the coronavirus pandemic and the entertainment industry is forced to halt production on shows and films, post-production houses around the globe are finding ways to keep the wheel turning.

From editing, foley and visual effects, companies like the Australia-based Rising Sun Pictures, which specializes in VFX, have been making preparations since January.

Tony Clark, managing director of Rising Sun Pictures, says a handful of non-production staff are working remotely, but most of the staff is still working on site.

“We have implemented high-frequency cleaning and other actions to keep our workplace safe for the crew and their families,” he said. “In South Australia, the cases of COVID-19 have been limited to date with the only occurrences in overseas travelers and people with whom have had close contact. As of today, there were only 42 confirmed cases.” …

Variety 3/20

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