Setting The Scene – K Band Music Video


Posted on June 10th, by Films4Life in Latest, News. No Comments

Setting The Scene – K Band Music Video

The Brief … A music video for K Band’s track – “Too Young To Die”

The Scene … The Queen Of Hoxton
The Cast … K Band / Andy Luckhurst, Kris Saddler, Gillian Hatherall, Albert Boulding, Nicholas Boulding, Dave Ham, Yasmin Carr-Bond, Ruby Monro Tucker
The Crew … James Edward Kilpatrick, Max Lambert, Michael Regan, Charlie Dolby, Georgia Luckhurst
The Script … Mickey DeHara

Watch the videohttps://vimeo.com/66394594

 

Films4Life is all about giving experience to young people who are passionate about a career in the film industry… we interviewed them after the shoot…

Fancy getting involved? Email your CV’s to info@films4life.org.

 

 

Max Lambert (Lighting)

 How did the shoot go for you?

I was very proud of how we lit the small space we were working in.

What will you take from the experience to the next shoot?

 Give yourself more prep time, yeah, time management is key.

 


Michael Regan (Camera)

 How did the shoot go for you?

I learnt how to use a steadicam camera in the middle of a live gig- that’s hitting the (dance) floor running!

What will you take from the experience to the next shoot?

The communication shorthand we developed during the shoot- real thinking on your feet stuff.

 

 Georgia Luckhurst (Continuity)

 How did the shoot go for you?

Initially I wanted to be more involved with the filming

but through accident realised that continuity was my calling as observation comes natural to me

                                                                What will you take from the experience to the next shoot?

                                                                          I want to delve into directing, continuity should be a good foundation into that.

                                                               http://georgialuckhurstmccord.wordpress.com

 Charlie Dolby (Camera/Editor)

How did the shoot go for you?

Went really well was happy with all the footage we got that night.

What will you take from the experience to the next shoot?

 Organising my workflow better.

 

  James Edward Kilpatrick (Director/Camera)

         How did the shoot go for you?

                 It was my first time directing- great time, intense!

            What will you take from the experience to the next shoot?

           Time management- there was never enough time to get every shot I wanted.





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