St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley has expressed his pleasure after visiting the set of the fifth feature film being shot in Nevis. The name of the film is “Us or Them”.
Mark Brantley also meet the stars of the film, which is being shot on the land of the island.
While expressing his pleasure, Mark Brantley noted, “Delighted to visit the set of the 5th feature film being shot in Nevis, “Us or Them” and to meet the stars of the film”.
He also meets with Philippe Martinez and also extends gratitude to him and MSR media for their excellent partnership with the Nevis Island Administration in making the film industry here possible.
“Also delighted to see my dear friend Philippe Martinez and to formally thank him and MSR Media yet again for their excellent partnership with the NIA in making a film industry here possible”, underscored Mark Brantley.
He also expressed happiness over the shooting of the film and stated he was especially pleased to see the number of Nevisians and Kittitians working in this new and exciting creative industry.
Premier Mark Brantley also shared some glimpses of the shooting of the film in Nevis. In the picture they have shared on Facebook, Premier Brantley is on the location of the shooting. The film is being shot on the location, and they are discussing various features of the film.
Earlier, Brantley also stated that his administration has tirelessly made efforts to develop a movie industry on the island as a total of four movies were filmed last year in Nevis.
Out of the four movies, one picture was released worldwide on February 14, 2022. The name of the movie was ‘A Week in Paradise’, and it has been released on major streaming platforms.
He further informed that MSR Media would offer free premiere screening to the premier of Nevis.
“The idea is for the people of Nevis to come with the families and to watch the very first movie that has been made in Nevis released on big screens, on free public screening, and for the people of the country to come out and see themselves,” Brantley said.