This shoot was just week ago. So I try to update my blog as soon as I can. The beauty of filmmaking is, there are so many topics in this funny film industry.
This time I was asked to join a shoot for a tv series for kids! I was so excited to hear that we will play the whole day. Ok, not me, the kids were allowed to play.
My production manager, with whom I would love to work all the time, welcomed me in the production office as usual with his home slippers. I don’t know why he wears this kind of slippers but don’t we all have funny habits?!
One of the funny part was, that the main actor is not really a human being. So let me introduce you Luca the host.
The kids had to play in a box. But just their head and hands were only allowed to see on screen. They had to play different games within 30-45seconds. And trust me, speaking as an adult the games weren’t that easy but very funny.
But somehow the crew got a little childish…including me. I’m not sure why, maybe because we were stucked in a studio, or we just also wanted to play watching kids playing the whole day.
Oh and we had a drone for our opening scene. Always nice to include in a shoot this nice toy. I hardly work with a drone. In Germany it’s almost everywhere forbidden to let a drone fly, unless you have a official permission to let it fly.