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The COVID-19 pandemic affects the Croatian film industry strongly. All filming has been canceled or postponed, including the production of the new feature films by Goran Dukić, Juraj Lerotić and Leon Lučev, as well as TV series by Vinko Brešan, Goran Kulenović and Igor Mirković.
The Egyptian Ministry of Culture has established a YouTube channel to provide a wide range of cultural materials to encourage Egyptians to stay home to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
We're bringing the epic adventure of the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival to you! We wanted to provide a curated program of free Festival films that are available online for you to watch at home with your family.
El programa “Cultura en casa” es una iniciativa del Ministerio de Cultura para llevar a los hogares una programación unificada, online y gratuita. Se digitalizarán contenidos del Ministerio de Cultura en sus diferentes formatos (talleres, tours virtuales, recitales, conciertos, entre otros), y se canalizarán propuestas que surgen de forma creativa, solidaria y espontánea por parte de los artistas y público (clubes de lectura virtuales, teatro online, recitales por Instagram TV, entre otros).
The Nordic film industry is taking its first steps to limit the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last week, Finnish, Norwegian and Danish cinemas have been shut down, while limitations on public gatherings in Iceland and Sweden have forced them to either close or adapt to ensure viewers’ safety and provide enough “social distancing”. In addition, current projects in production have ground to a halt, and the financial stability of many outfits (especially SMEs) is at serious risk.
In response to the many global productions forced to stop, the streaming giant will help support cast and crew without employment