Where was Channel 4’s help filmed? During this pandemic, many broadcasters took it upon themselves to win the hearts of their audiences instead of movies or television series. With game shows, TV movies, interviews, etc., they gave their all. Like any other channel, Channel 4 followed the same path. It is also trying to win back audiences from rival OTT platforms. The pandemic has been a boon to the OTT platforms as most production houses release movies and shows on those platforms rather than theatrical releases.
To keep the ratings intact, Channel 4 released a movie called ‘Help’ under their banner. Starring Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham premiered on Channel 4 on September 16, 2021. The official running time of the film is 1 hour 38 minutes. ‘Help’ is written by Jack Thorne and directed by Marc Munden. The film was based on the Covid 19 pandemic situation and sent a deep message to viewers. Now let’s see where Channel 4’s ‘Help’ was shot along with the film’s story.
Where is help filmed?
Channel 4’s ‘Help’ was filmed in Liverpool, England. The locations included in skirts, as well as the outskirts of town. Liverpool Film Office funded the project, so it’s understandable that both the reel and the real locations were in the places mentioned. With production beginning earlier in 2021, the entire town was covered, with a few key locations such as Thurstaston Beach, located on the Wirral Peninsula, and a former care home in Maghull, Sefton.
The shooting was done during the peak of the Covid 19 pandemic, so many protocols were followed to avoid being affected. Aside from shooting locations in Cheshire, few of the scenes were shot in the caravans, as many of the caretakers were isolated at the time.
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