R & R,  SOUND SUBS, SCRIPT REHEARSING, SOUND DAMPENING BOX

The photos will give you a good feel of behind the scenes. Most of the movie was done around in the the permanent Bridge area. The sets were put up and taken down on a rigorous schedule.

The box like contraption is my sound baffle box. The Cannon camera made a loud whirring noise. It was a major problem. It was heave and would easily tip the tripod. It was also very awkward to use. The front had a hole cut into plexi-glass with a foam ring to seal the joint. However it was better than nothing. You can probably pick this high angle shot  out, on the bridge,  when you see the movie.

SOUND TECHNICIANS

Anyone not doing anything was given a job to help out. They wanted to rest but in the spirit of things could see that they were needed occasionally to give up acting and do other jobs. I think their favorite job was going out to get the piza for dinner.

R & R

People took breaks whenever and wherever they could. This doesn’t look very comfortable does it?

He really is able to sleep anyplace!

SCRIPT REHEARSALS


The actors actually came prepared. Rehearsing was short and to the point.  The movie was shot on a  3:1 (three to one) film ratio. That is very small.

Well that’s it for this week.

Thanks and I hope you enjoyed it?

Let me know.

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