ASAP shares shooting guidelines as commercial film production resumes

On 19 March, the Association of Advertising Producers (ASAP) and other industry bodies monitoring commercial film production announced a collective ban on the film shooting for the duration of the Covid-19 Lockdown.

Now, as production resumes, ASAP in consultation with Government and Health authorities has shared 'Post lockdown Shooting Guidelines' with members.

According to the industry body, “The guidelines are to enable production companies to take appropriate and relevant steps to safeguard the health and safety of everyone attending a film shoot in relation to Covid-19. In addition, everyone working on the production and attending it has responsibilities. They too must meet them by complying with these guidelines.”

The detailed guidelines outline the best practices to be adopted by film production people in a three-page document that covers insurance, national and international travel, studio shoots, location shoots, make + hair, wardrobe, equipment, transport of crew, and catering etc.

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