For those interested in the film, there's an extended trailer / taster now available online for your viewing entertainment. It's a 6 minute rough cut to give an idea of the mood and dynamic of the film. Take a look at the Devil's Bridge trailer (Note: Long trailer taken down now, the proper trailer has taken it's place.) And yes, blink and you'll miss it, that's me making my feature film acting debut in the pub scene. ;)
Now that Chris has sorted that out, he will be going on to actually put the whole movie together. My guesstimation is that it could take anywhere from 3-5 months to finish it completely. I'll keep you posted, and post some more photos when I get the chance to go through them all.
Well, we're almost done with the shooting. My part is over for now, but the rest are shooting today around Cardiff. I'm back home trying to sort out my invoices and stuff. Ok, so last week things were decidedly spaghetti western, up in the fields above Allt Y Coed. After a few weeks up in Cardigan, it was a big relief to pack everyone up and not have to travel up and down everyday. It's a lovely place, but it's nicer to be home.
On Monday this week we were filming in the Coal Exchange in Cardiff, a particular highlight as we were shooting for the day in a great location, with an actor I've enjoyed watching since I saw him in An American Werewolf In London. More recently David Schofield had roles in the final two Pirates Of The Caribbean films and Valkyrie. I'm having to not show some of the best photos from the day due to spoilers. Without further ado, here's some shots from the last weeks of principal photography.
It's been another busy week with the film shoot continuing to fill my every waking moment. We started at Allt Y Coed on Monday, but after that we've been away from our base at Cardigan this week. Tuesday we had a day of location shooting at the Rose and Crown in Goodwick (thanks Dave and Anne for the help and hospitality!) I got to make my movie acting debut as one of the locals in the bar, but I'm not expecting an oscar any time soon.
From there we spent 3 nights out in the woods near St Clear's, shooting various bits of running through the woods and another nasty murder scene. Things were slow with it being dark, but we had another excellent host in the form of Alan, the owner of the Woodhouse Wood. We were treated to log fires and barbecue whilst we were there. If you're ever looking for woods to do activities in, they're recommended.
A load of photos again this week, but trying to shoot at night and interiors without a flash has been very tricky. I've got a lot of shots that are under-exposed or have the focus a bit soft. I'm still getting used to the camera though, so it's all a learning experience. Here's some highlights from the week.