In this time of quarantine and stream, we have seen record-high numbers in entertainment consumption. With many left jobless and stuck at home, entertainment has been the only refuge. But what happens when there’s nothing else to watch? As filmmakers contemplate yet another delayed theatrical release, demand for more content grows.
And in the era of no more than 10 people gathered at a time and always being 6ft apart, how does the industry create new content while protecting their cast and crew?
Luckily, production safety guidelines were developed to solve just that. Los Angeles-based personal protective equipment (PPE) company, Mask Response, Inc., founded by fellow members of the entertainment industry, is here to help provide what productions need to meet those safety standards.