Cinematographers Guild President Offers Update on How TV and Film Work Could Resume

Live sports and game shows (which could be televised without fans or audiences) could return sooner than work on features, says guild exec John Lindley.

Less than a month after his election as president of the International Cinematographers Guild’s board, John Lindley offered an update to members on the open questions that the industry is grappling with on how to eventually resume film and TV production. 

For camera crews, certain types of work may resume at different times in the recovery process from the novel coronavirus pandemic. Live sports telecasts and game shows (which could be televised without fans or audiences) may return before work on feature productions requiring actors, Lindley said. 

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Credit: Hollywood Reporter

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