Timothy Harris tweeted, “I thank Phillippe Martinez of MSR Productions for choosing #StKittsAndNevis as the best & safest destination to produce his beautiful movie #OneYearOff here in our Federation. With stunning vistas, we’re a natural choice. We look forward to more productions in St Kitts and Nevis.”
St Kitts and Nevis is the COVID-19- Free island that makes it the perfect destination for making and filming movies in the COVID-era.
On arrival in the St Kitts and Nevis, British actors quarantined for two weeks at St Kitts and Nevis’s famous hotel -Four Seasons on Nevis.
It’s the premise of the latest comedy film One Year Off, in which an assembly of friends hightail it to a tropical paradise – and also the reality for its British cast and crew, who have traded snowy Britain for the Covid-19-safe island of Nevis in the West Indies.
Peoples Labour Party tweeted, “PM Harris is at the Christophe Harbour Marina in the South Eastern Peninsula for the MSR Media’ One Year OFF’ Media Briefing, the filming crew are being introduced to #StKitts Introducing the guests is Chief Executive Officer, St. Kitts Tourism Authority, Ms Racquel Brown.
In the month of February, the Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley announced the opening of MSR Media acting academy in Nevis.
MSR Media is attempting 24 aspiring actors to attend twice-weekly evening sessions, Monday & Wednesday, 6 to 9 pm, at the Nevis performing art center,” Mark Brantley added.
MSR Media stated, “These classes will be administered under the guidance of MSR Media Chief/producer/director/Philippe Martinez, served by acting coach Winston Crooke.”
“Applicants must be over 18 yrs old, no prior acting background is required & most important all sessions are free.” MSR Media continued.
Moreover,” Successful candidates will have the opportunity to be cast in speaking characters in the upcoming MSR Media Film Productions.”