Together with many dear colleagues in our industry, 7 Seas is coming up for air after what has been a turbulent few month for all. Thankfully, the South of France is open for international productions after the French government recently gave the green light. The hotels and restaurants have reopened, the beaches are open and as beautiful as ever, and in the coming weeks we will see the whole region open up.

So, what does this mean? Well for those clients and friends who are ready to get back on location, 7 Seas is ready also. Ready to welcome crews to the South of France and the Alps, ready to get back on location, and ready to hit refresh on 2020 like so many others.

7 Seas have been liaising closely with local authorities including the Nice Film Commission to streamline the processes and are of course diligently implementing all of the prescribed safety measures, including:

  • providing masks to all crew
  • temperature checks of every crew member each morning
  • installing disinfectant stations on set
  • maintaining social distance requirements
  • providing individual lunches

There’s the South of France with Corsica, Monaco, Nice and Marseille. There’s Chamonix in the Alps with year-round snow. There’s the Mediterranean, perfect weather, local crew ready to work and by taking a few practical precautions, everyone’s health and safety is ensured.

7 Seas have kept busy, updating our location portfolios and getting everything in shape to welcome clients in the South of France; we are here to guide you through the process.

You no doubt have some questions, so please pick up the phone and call us to chat about what’s possible, where, when and how.

From the 7 Seas Team