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The Covid-19 has changed a lot not only our personal lives but also the way of working in this environment and the creativity of most projects.

We guarantee the safety on our sets both for the local crew and the foreign clients, by following by heart the local guidelines and engaging into finding the best solutions for all situations.

Is it possible to film outdoors in Italy?

Yes, it is possible.

Is it possible to film indoors in Italy?

Yes, it is possible.

Is there a crew size limit for both situations?

Yes, according to the size of the location we need to make sure there is one meter distance between all persons.

Is it possible to have a remote streaming system on set?

Yes it is, and we have great experience in remote shootings, also with the director and DOP connected from abroad!

Is Covid-19 testing required before shooting?

Rapid Covid swab 48hrs before the shooting (twice a week if on long formats), temperature measurement mandatory every day.

What are the agreed safety protocols?

Rapid Covid swab 48hrs before set, Covid manager (has the responsibility of monitoring that the activities on set are in full respect of it), surgical and FFP2 masks, hand gels, 1 meter distance, sanitization and hygienic environment, individually packed meals, daily temperature measurement.
What is recommended to have available: disposable body-covers, extra thermometers, nurses, individual transport.

Is the domestic travel permitted in Italy?

Yes, always permitted for business reasons.

Can foreign clients travel to Italy? If yes, at what conditions?

Yes, as long as they come from a country present in LIST A,B,C or D they can avoid quarantine by presenting the correct documentation.

Business travelers coming from list E cannot avoid quarantine unless they belong to a very special category of workers.

For regular travelers, effective from 29th July 2021:

LIST A
Access granted from San Marino and Città del Vaticano.

LIST B
No country in this list yet

LIST C
EU Covid Certificate + dPLF (with no quarantine needed) from:

Andorra, Austria (with specific limitations for Tirolo), Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark (including the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Réunion, Mayotte and excluding other territories located outside the European continent), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands (excluding territories located outside the European continent), Norway, Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), Principality of Monaco, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including territories in the African continent), Sweden, Switzerland.

LIST D
EU Covid Certificate + negative antigen or rapid swab within 72 hours + dPLF (with no quarantine needed) from:

Albania, Saudi Arabia, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaigian, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Kosovo, Moldavia, Montenegro, New Zealand, Qatar, United Kingdom (with 48-hours negative swab), Republic of Korea, North Macedonia, Serbia, Singapore, United States of America, Ucraine, Taiwan, Regions of Hong Kong and Macau.

LIST E
Rest of the world. Ability to travel only for specific reasons.
To enter Italy it is required: EU Covid Certificate + negative antigen or rapid swab within 72 hours + dPLF + 10-days quarantine and at the end of the quarantine an additional swab test.


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NOTES

No entry into Italy for who arrives from Brazil, India, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka or who have stayed / transited there in the 14 days prior to entry into Italy.

Last update: September 1st 2021