The River goes on a Production Break due to the Covid-19 lockdown
The top honor authority at the current year’s South African Film and Television Award (Safta) has gone on a creation break because of the national lockdown. The lockdown has truly put a soggy on life as Mzansi and the world knows it with numerous ordinary exercises being delayed the same number of individuals remain at home to battle the spread of the coronavirus.
Mzansi’s creations houses during level 5 have needed to put their contents and cameras down. As of lockdown level 4, numerous creation houses have come back to work however just not soon enough as now most have come up short on scenes and are compelled to go on creation breaks.
The River on Friday declared that it will be going off-air for about fourteen days as they get the ball really rolling.
“As you most likely are aware, Covid-19 has influenced we all. Like every other creation, we likewise needed to quit shooting during Level 5 lockdown, which influenced us in significant way; bringing about us not having enough scenes to submit to 1Magic for communicate. We have continued shooting, and will return in about fourteen days,” shared Tshedza Pictures who creates The River.