Just an update on the projects we have been involved with over the last week to keep you in the loop.
This is what we have been working on this past week including Film, TV, Extra etc.
- FACE CHARACTERS
- WARNER BROS WORLD
- ABU DHABI
- BBC CREATIVE EURO 2020 (Commercial)
- BT presenter (Internet)
- Burger King ‘Whopper’ (Commercial)
- Dangerous Liaisons (Television)
- Derry Girls Series 3 (Television)
- FAGE GREEK YOGURT (Commercial)
- Findus – Swedish Food Company (Children)
- GHOSTPOET (Music Video)
- HARLOW (Feature Film)
- Light (Feature Film)
- Knorr (Commercial)
- LIDL (Commercial)
- Light (Feature Film)
- Lincoln (Television)
- MG (Commercial)
- Molly and Mack Series 4 (Television)
- Paypal x Fifa (Internet)
- Pizza Express (Brand Film)
- Project Ice Cream (Feature Film)
- Renault (Ident)
- SKY (Commercial)
- Sex Education 3 (Television)
- THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE (SERIES 3) (Television)
- THE LOST GIRLS (Feature Film)
- The Bagman (Feature Film)
- The Nevers (Television)
- UNTITLED EDGAR WRIGHT PROJECT (Feature Film)
- Undisclosed Title – video game trailer
- WICKES (Commercial)
- Wimbledon | It Happens Here | (Commercial)
- X US (Short Film)
- Malory Towers Series 2 (Television)
Here are the modelling brands we have been working with this week
- LEE JEANS
- WEEKEND OFFENDER
Due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus, we are obliged to ask if anyone who has a casting to inform us if you have travelled to any of the locations listed by Public Health England below;
We need to ensure the safety of everyone involved in going for auditions so we ask that you are transparent with us as to whether there is a possibility of exposure.
Specific guidelines will follow for those affected.
We appreciate your support in this matter.
With coronavirus in the news please only check trusted sources for up-to-date advice including:
- Gov.UK Information for the public on COVID-19
- NHS UK
- And this is the latest guidance issued by the Chief Medical Officer regarding advice for those who have travelled recently
- Acas advice on handling coronavirus in the workplace
How can I protect myself?
The WHO says
- Wash your hands – soap or hand gel can kill the virus.
- The best way to wash your hands
- Cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing – ideally with a tissue – and wash your hands afterwards to prevent the virus spreading
- Put the tissue into a closed bin afterwards
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth – if your hands touch a surface contaminated by the virus, this could transfer it into your body
- Don’t get too close to people who are coughing, sneezing or with a fever – ideally keep 1m (3ft away)
The symptoms of coronavirus are:
- A cough
- A high temperature
- Shortness of breath
But these symptoms do not necessarily mean you have the illness.
The symptoms are similar to other illnesses that are much more common, such as cold and flu.
Find out what to do if you think you have the symptoms by going to NHS 111 online
If in doubt here is advice on self-isolating.