A quick and snappy four day diary
Wednesday 19 June
Tuesday night we picked up the equipment and headed south from London to Lewes, East Sussex. Two hour car journey later we arrived at, just in time to catch a few hours sleep before getting up in the early hours the following morning to catch the breaking light across the sea at the incredible location of Birling Gap.
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Location recce to the south coast
So, we only have 3 days left before we head down south to the beautiful Sussex coast to begin filming and bringing Siren to life.
A lot has happened over the last week and of course, as is the nature of low budget filmmaking, there is lots still to do. I have such a talented and supporting cast and crew though that I know we are going to end up with a beautiful film.
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Sirena has now been cast!
Two weeks until we call action for the first time on Siren!
This time in two week we will be wrapping up on the first day of the ‘Siren’ shoot!
We can’t wait to roll camera and the first day will be down on the South Coast so lets hope the weather stays nice as our lead actress will be getting more than her toes wet!
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Three weeks to go!
I’m currently in the process of storyboarding the film and writing up a shot list, this process has got me thinking about the story in a deeper way. Analyzing each detail and action, each bit of dialogue, and thinking about what I want to portray in each shot.
During this process I have looked to other directors. Firstly looking at the films of Pedro Almodóvar and I found this quote by him which I really like:
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The exterior world of Siren
A while back we went on a recce to the south coast and after a long, cold and very windy day we found a few perfect places in which to set Siren.
Continue reading “Locations”