Filming began on the current time on ABC comedy Aftertaste, marking the first basic production to shoot in South Australia since the pandemic forced work to shutdown.
A total of 110 solid and crew are lend a hand on field, and the production workers instruct they are utilizing the total well-known virus safety protocols. This is in a position to perhaps perhaps additionally additionally movie with conclude to 200 local extras.
Rachel Griffiths, Wayne Blair and Susan Prior star with Erik Thomson in the six-phase comedy series from Adelaide’s Closer Productions, which follows a unstable celeb chef who has a spectacular tumble from grace. Created by Julie De Fina and Matthew Bate and directed by Jonathan Brough, the uncover will movie all the blueprint in which by means of Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills space over the subsequent five weeks and must premiere subsequent year on ABC.
Kate Croser, CEO of the South Australian Film Corporation, which backed the project, said the workers were utilizing the SAFC-commissioned Deloitte Risk Review Tool to be particular the production meets its COVID-safe requirements.
“The rigorous work executed by the South Australian Film Corporation to make stronger Adelaide’s Closer Productions has resulted in cowl production re-initiating in the assert,” said Minister for Innovation and Skills David Pisoni. “SA Smartly being has additionally achieved a actually worthy role in enabling production to restart safely, and we warmly thank the extra 10 interstate solid and crew for his or her cooperation and willingness to stick to SA Smartly being rules and quarantine requirements.”