St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley has welcomed the incomparable Elizabeth Hurley back home to Nevis. Hurley is the producer of the films and will accompany the Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley while making Nevis as a film industry.
Premier of Nevis Brantley also informed that they would in collaborate with MSR Media to make the film in Nevis.
While expressing happiness, Premier of Nevis Brantley noted, “Such an absolute pleasure to welcome the incomparable Elizabeth Hurley back home to Nevis as we continue to produce films on this island we all love. Thank you Philippe Martinez and MSR Media #NevisNice.”
Earlier, 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.
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.
Philippe Martinez, a French national and also a producer of MSR Media, has publicly applauded Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley for his unwavering support of non-nationals living and working in Nevis.
While expressing his feelings of being an immigrant, Martinez said that he feels disheartened to learn of disturbing comments posted on social media about the participation of Premier Brantley at the recently-held Phagwah celebration of the Hindu Community in Nevis.
He also emphasized that some of his Guyanese staff feel saddened over the comments made about their tradition and culture.
Further, Brantley also extended gratitude to Martinez for expressing their points on the issue and also defended the Guyanese community and other foreigners who have resided in Nevis.
He also applauded Martinez for his great ideology and also expressed the resemblance with his thoughts that right-thinking Nevisians appreciate the contribution of nationals from the Caribbean nations.