Film and TV production will have to adapt to the coronavirus, especially with regards to health and safety. This may include filming in virtual reality locations, the approach used in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Photo: Disney Plus via APFilm and TV production will have to adapt to the coronavirus, especially with regards to health and safety. This may include filming in virtual reality locations, the approach used in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Photo: Disney Plus via AP
Film and TV production will have to adapt to the coronavirus, especially with regards to health and safety. This may include filming in virtual reality locations, the approach used in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Photo: Disney Plus via AP

How movie and TV projects will have to adapt to Covid-19, with virtual sets like Disney’s The Mandalorian

  • Film and TV productions have shut down because of Covid-19, and when filming resumes, health and safety will be the main concern
  • High resolution virtual stars and extras, and shooting ‘locations’ on a sound stage could be the way forward

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Film and TV production will have to adapt to the coronavirus, especially with regards to health and safety. This may include filming in virtual reality locations, the approach used in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Photo: Disney Plus via APFilm and TV production will have to adapt to the coronavirus, especially with regards to health and safety. This may include filming in virtual reality locations, the approach used in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Photo: Disney Plus via AP
Film and TV production will have to adapt to the coronavirus, especially with regards to health and safety. This may include filming in virtual reality locations, the approach used in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Photo: Disney Plus via AP
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