When Can Production Resume in the Time of Coronavirus?

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We also discuss the two new cameras Canon rolled out. 

What is the timeline? How is Steven Soderbergh helping? What have other nations been doing? Can you get COVID-19 twice

Plus we talk about DaVinci Resolve 16.2.1, and we answer a great question about what to do with a screenplay that has generated some positive interest!

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by Charles Haine and George Edelman, and edited by Michelle DeLateur

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May 8, 2020 at 3:52AM, Edited May 8, 3:57AM

Andres G. Guzman

Hey guys. Great podcast. I’m both an Active Duty service member and aspiring filmmaker. I currently work in logistics. Why not treat production how we now do operations?

Teams quarantine together, get tested on day 1 and day 13, if both negative - good to go. If no good, then no good. The clean team is now virtually isolated during production. They can move around and all, just not in contact with anyone outside the team. Food is brought to them, careful trips to dispose trash are allowed, laundry may be a carefully-coordinated service or machines made available in the bubble. Travel from “bubble to bubble” is possible and pre-coordinated. Equipment goes into or out from sterile areas as long as personnel bringing said equipment do not enter the bubble. When the operations end, bubbles are removed, and personnel released. Stay safe. #yolo

May 8, 2020 at 3:56AM, Edited May 8, 3:58AM

Andres G. Guzman