In recent weeks, tensions between Russia and Ukraine have been increasing, and the entire world is watching with attentive eyes what is going to happen between the two countries.
The tension has been so high that some started fleeing Ukraine, and even film crews have relocated their shoots to be filmed elsewhere.
According to the report of Index, Netflix hit series Fauda, which depicts the conflict between Palestine and Israel, is currently shooting its fourth season.
The main character of the series is Lior Raz, who has also been featured in Hit & Run, but he has a past serving in the Israel Defense Forces. The time of his service became the inspiration to make a series that depicts the conflict between the two nations in a rudely accurate manner.
Avi Issacharoff was also working on the development of the series. One of the most important things to know about him is that he is an Israeli-Palestine conflict expert.
Fauda has won several television awards over the past few years. In 2017, it was featured among The New York Times’ best international television series. Most critics welcomed the series because of its brutal honesty and ambiguity of the conflict, showing a back-and-forth of who the “villains” are.
Index wrote that the crew wanted to shoot in Ukraine because, according to the story element of the new season, terrorists will bring hostages with them to Brussels.
Since the cost of shooting in the capital of Belgium would have been too high, the crew wanted to record in Kyiv, but due to the uncertainties of the current situation between Russia and Ukraine, they decided to move the location to Budapest.
Danna Stern, a spokesperson, told The Algemeiner that “[d]ue to the current uncertainty in Ukraine and our tight schedule, production felt it was best to choose a new filming location abroad”.
They also reported that the recording would take place in “multiple set locations” in Budapest and that the filming has not started yet, but they expect to begin to shoot in the Hungarian capital around mid-March.
The 10-episode new season of Fauda is estimated to be aired around mid-2022 in Israel and will be available on Netflix internationally not long after.
Source: index.hu, algemeiner.com
No such thing “Palastine”. There’s Israel and some haters around and within it. All the rest is just typical mind engineering.