The Spanish Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales has published its guidelines for the resumption of filming. Spain began easing its lock-down on May 11th. In this first phase filming can resume in specific regions, which includes the Canary Islands, Navarre and Almería – all very popular with film-makers.
To comply with sanitary measures, very strict precautions will be taken. For example, actors and crew will be tested two weeks before they start work, then they must self-isolate. Every day their temperature will be taken. The sets must be regularly cleaned, costumes disinfected and separated. Extra precautions must also be taken depending on whether filming is indoors or out.
According to the Institute, applying these protocols is the production company’s responsibility
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