- Whizbang makes drama, not war
ZOS: Zone of Separation, the new drama produced by Whizbang Films (Men with Brooms), has returned from its 12-day stint in Bosnia and is now filming in Toronto and southern Ontario. The eight-parter, about the enforcement of a UN-brokered ceasefire in the fictional Sarajevo-like town of Jadac, isn’t a story about war, stresses executive producer Frank Siracusa (H2O). “It’s about what happens when you remove civility from a community; about the absence of law… Our log line is ‘The truth is a lie,’ so it’s about how all of the [people] involved deal with finding the truth in this zone of separation.”
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