We started rehearsing this week and it was wonderful. All of the actors have really gotten into their roles and have been a joy to work with.
We also managed get hold of our camera this week. We found some room in the budget and sourced enough money to afford the RED camera, so we can officially announce that we’re shooting What Goes Up… on a RED One allowing for cinema quality video and slow-motion recording, which is great news! So thank you for helping us achieve that! We’re so excited to see our film on such a professional standard of equipment, it should really help us amp up the excellence of this film.
Speaking of which, it’s important that the sets look the best they possibly can and so we spent yesterday working hard putting together one of our most frequently used sets for the film. “Ray and Lee’s Den” which hosts almost a third of the scenes from the film. I’m really happy with how it’s turned out, our production designer Emma has done an amazing job at putting together all of the ideas and character traits from the script into this one room and letting us portray this world that the best friends both live in and I’m very excited to see it on the big screen.
Shooting starts today! Let’s hope it all goes well! Don’t forget you can keep posted on what we’re doing by following our Twitter and Facebook pages.
See you soon