Netflix’s ‘The School for Good and Evil’ to Begin Filming at Belfast Harbour Studios
Belfast Harbour and Northern Ireland Screen have announced that the world’s leading streaming entertainment service Netflix is to commence immediate production on a new film at Belfast Harbour Studios. The production will adhere to the strictest COVID guidelines and follow the British Film Commission safe working protocols.
Netflix will utilise the full 125,000 sq ft of studio, workshop and office space in Belfast Harbour Studios for what will be its first film where the bulk of the production will be shot in Northern Ireland.
Directed by Paul Feig (A Simple Favor, Ghostbusters, Spy) and produced by Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum, Paul Feig, Jane Startz and Laura Fischer, The School For Good and Evil is based on a best-selling series of young adult fantasy novels by Soman Chainani and follows a group of girls and boys who are taken to an institution and trained to become fairy tale-like heroes and villains.
David Dobbin, Chairman of Belfast Harbour, said:
Richard Williams, CEO of Northern Ireland Screen, said:
Paul Feig, Director of The School for Good and Evil, said: