This local TV set requires its cast to quarantine themselves before filming

How are local filming crews coping on their first few days back on the job? — Photos: Radius One

A cloud of dust fills the air as a local film crew brushes the soot and cobwebs off their cameras for the first time in nearly three months.

Like many production houses, Radius One – responsible for churning out popular Malay-language dramas like Nur, Nur 2 and Adellea Sofea in the past – had to halt its production on a number of local serials when the movement control order (MCO) came into effect on March 18.

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