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FWICE points contemporary capturing tips amid Covid second wave

FWICE points to contemporary capturing tips amid Covid second wave: The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has issued contemporary tips for capturing, pre-production, and post-production work amid the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic in Maharashtra.

FWICE points contemporary capturing tips amid Covid second wave

A press release issued by FWICE reads: "The office-bearers of FWICE had a Zoom meeting with the honorable Chief Minister, Shri Uddhav Thackeray. The FWICE has assured the CM that the industry will be responsible where the SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) of the COVID guidelines are concerned. FWICE in coordination with experts has laid down guidelines that all people involved in pre-production, shooting, and post-production work will have to adhere to. Please note that none of the below guidelines are up for negotiation. These guidelines as of now will be applicable till 30 April 2021.

1. The shooting of crowd sequences and songs with dancers in large numbers will not be allowed.

2. Wearing masks and continuous sanitization is a must on the sets, in production offices, and in post-production studios.

3. A FWICE monitoring team has been constituted. They will be visiting sets and post-production studios to constantly check upon that all guidelines are being adhered to. In case of flouting any rule by an individual, they shall be liable for the strictest disciplinary action by the FWICE.

4. Any individual or production creating any kind of hindrance in the path of the adherence of the guidelines, will be dealt with strictly.

"The manufacturing workplaces and post-production workplaces shall be purposeful as we've been allowed by the federal government to finish our work in order that exhibits and movies will be aired."

 The notice further mentions that a complete lockdown will be followed from Friday 8pm to Monday 7am, and shooting, setting, pre-production, or post-production activities should be avoided during this period.

The notice also requests members to adhere to guidelines in order to avoid a complete lockdown, which will be "fairly shattering and harmful" for the members.

This comes at a time when Maharashtra is formally registering the very best variety of Covid instances in India regularly, through the second wave of the pandemic over the previous few days.

As an end result, Mumbai is experiencing one other lockdown-like scenario throughout the day, curfew at night time and lockdown on weekends.

Disclaimer: This story is auto-aggregated by a pc program and has not been created or edited by sarkarinaukriexams.Publisher: Indo-Asian News Service-Media

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