Arc­tic thriller lat­est from the stu­dio

Bristol Post - - NEWS -

» THE lat­est show to roll off the Bot­tle Yard pro­duc­tion line premieres tonight on Sky At­lantic. Sea­son three of For­ti­tude, the hit Arc­tic thriller, is ea­gerly an­tic­i­pated. Over one mil­lion view­ers tuned in to each episode of the sec­ond se­ries last year, which was widely hailed by crit­ics. In­te­rior scenes of the new four-part mini-se­ries made by Fifty Fath­oms were shot on set at The Bot­tle Yard Stu­dios while the rest was filmed in Sval­bard, Nor­way. The team at Bot­tle Yard built sets in three stu­dios span­ning a to­tal of 50,0000 square feet, bas­ing all de­part­ments on site for six months. The stu­dios’ on-site ten­ants MTFX, Phoenix Cast­ing, Vis­ual Im­pact, Robert Plant Hire and TR Film & TV Scaf­fold­ing Ser­vices were all in­volved in sup­port­ing pro­duc­tion. Ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer Pa­trick Spence added: “Film­ing in Bris­tol at The Bot­tle Yard Stu­dios was a gen­uinely happy ex­pe­ri­ence. The cast and crew im­me­di­ately felt at home, the fa­cil­i­ties and staff were top rate, and the shoot ran smoothly due in no small part to their help.”

Sea­son 3 of For­ti­tude picks up with the death of Gov­er­nor Munk con­tin­u­ing to hang over the town, as the in­hab­i­tants be­gin to piece their lives back to­gether after the hor­rors of Sea­son 2.

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