DAY 4 featured all our outdoor scenes. Despite a weather forecast that threatened rain, it turned out to be completely hot and dry which was ideal for our concrete cow shots, park bench scene and night shots.
DAY 3 was spent at Arts Central to shoot the opening office scene, followed by a session at Phil's flat in Eaglestone to finish off the shots we couldn't do on DAY 1. We have also included some footage of how we used a wheelchair to get some cheap and fast dolly shots on Day 2.
Wheelchair Dolly (DAY 2)
DAY 2 was by far the most demanding day of shooting. We were filming in a local shop, and had just 3 and a half hours to set up our gear and execute 13 shots, which worked out at roughly one shot every 15 minutes. Although we did have some provision to over-run, it was a credit to the professionalism of the crew that we completed everything on schedule with 2 minutes to spare! Hats off to Daniel Tottey (one of our sound recordists) who was persuaded to take on his first acting role, which he did superbly.