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South Africa – especially Cape Town – is unquestionably one of the most consistently popular film locations in the world; it has a unique basket of advantages that gives us solid production relevance and places us right up there as a tough place to beat. But that’s not the only reason. There’s something else, something less tangible, that comes from having to ride the ever-changing tides of South Africa’s own unique journey …..
French Producer Vincent Roussel and Art Director Isabelle Longue have brought their many years’ experience in the French production world to Cape Town and Moonlighting where they are now servicing commercials and stills for the French market……..you’ll find something subtly French in the air at the office ……….
The days of hundreds of plastic bottles on set are on the way out. Sustainable production should be a given.
Those little plastic bottles are probably one of the main examples of why film sets used to be such waste-grounds.
Moonlighting recently assembled the first multi-camera, remote studio in Africa through its sports content division Moonsport, significantly lowering the costs of production for remote & multi-venue filming.
Authenticity was key when casting the 240 ‘real’ people and 22 locations for the 30 vignettes we shot with Fiona Media and director Theresa Wingert …
A useful addition to the armory needed for so many car shoots is the Motocrane recently bought to the country by Kevin O’Reilly.
Art department created an incredible movable set of a kitchen that opened out onto an Asian market ……
We built a seriously steep skateboard ramp for our 40+ businessman that unnerved the best of them…
Film gives you a depth of image and beauty that just can’t be recreated in the digital world” enthused Moonlighting producer Valentia Fisher after completing an intense 7-day shoot for Hit the Road
We have had great success this season in negotiating competitive but fair talent rates based on the merits of each project. We have also seen a huge increase in the need to cast “real” people
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