Filming the 6 finalists went really well yesterday. They gave some really good answers about how they were feeling about the final days of rehearsal.
I managed to edit, sound mix AND colour correct the sequence in 62 minutes which I was quite proud of.
The clip has been complied and will be published this morning.
Today, we have the interviews with members of the public. Let’s see if the weather holds up for filming outside *fingers crossed*…
Posted in Post Production, Shoots, Time Management
Tagged alexis, BBC, complied, esma, eurovision, filming, final, josh, karen, miss fitz, uni5, YCNY, your country needs you
Over the next couple of days I am lucky to be involved with the build up to Your Country Needs You which is on BBC 1, Friday 12th March at 20:30!
Today we are going to grab the 6 finalists as they exit the studio, asking them about how they are getting on.
Back to the office and after a quick edit the clip published on the website later today.
Then tomorrow I am off to interview members of the public as they wait to enter the studio.
There’s quite a following on Twitter and it will be interesting to finally put screen names to faces.
As I edit the audience clips together to publish on the website I shall be sticking around to film an interview with the winner after the live show.
Once again, the winner’s interview will be edited and published before we go home.
Let’s just recap my checklist…
Call Sheet…. Done
Filming Permit…. Done
Risk Assessment…. Done
Batteries charged…. Yep
Tape stock…. Plenty
It’ll be a great chance to work to such tight deadlines.
There’s nothing quite like running round TVC with a film permit, a call sheet, a risk assessment, the equipment, and a song for the nation in your heart…
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Posted in Pre Production, Shoots, Time Management
Tagged a call sheet, a film permit, a risk assessment, BBC, eurovision 2010, filming, the equipment, TVC, Twitter, YCNY, your country needs you
Editing for any website, at times, can be a difficult thing. You have to manage a polished sequence with half the resources (if not less) of a linear team and much, much less time.
This week was a good example of this and for those of you that read my other Blog entries, you’ll know the fun it brought.
A video to accompany the adventure is now available*
*Please read in an advertising VO style for this to have full impact.
Next Shoot… looks like I shall be interviewing two contestants from SYTYCD if the contract with the location all goes according to plan.
At the moment they want a deposit up front and we don’t usually work that way round.
The two people I am interviewing only have an hour to film with and there’s no point in dragging them across London for such a short time. Also they are rehearsing all so it’ll just needlessly tire them out.
Hopefully it will get sorted tomorrow and I shall be able to get these interviews. Otherwise I may have to wait until next week.
The Risk Assessment was signed off today for the shoot which is good.
Meanwhile I am going to collect the kit tomorrow so I can check through it before I head to location and it’s back to the editing station so I can complete the judge comment mash-up.
And in unrelated and boring news, I also have to pay my council tax first thing tomorrow morning woohoo!
Posted in Editorial Guidelines, Post Production, Shoots
Tagged contracts, council tax, filming, interviewing, mash-up, risk assessment, shooting, So You Think You Can Dance, SYTYCD, Voice Over