Saturday, March 11, 2006
Have a look at: http://greenwing2.blogspot.com/
There's still some minor tweaks to be done, but during the next few weeks, I shall be posting to this blog and the new one....let me know what you think of it....all feedback post gratefully received.
Friday, March 10, 2006
Here's a lovely pic of Victoria Pile and Director Tristram Shapeero sitting on a low-loader, and clearly not too stressed out with the days events (perhaps it was early?)
Can't remember what the spider was...it probably came from either Martyn the cameraman or Rob the Lighting Director.
Apart from the serious business of filming telly, there was a little bit of mucking around off camera.
Will try to remember some of the funnier moments and post them.....
Photo by Martyn Porter
Thursday, March 09, 2006
...watch this space, but for all you early adopters, here's a link to the blog (not yet fully operational!):
Had a great evening last night, rubbing shoulders with cast and crew alike, along with a million people I didn't know.
Most of the cast were there, in no particular order: Tamsin Grieg, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Stephen Mangan, Mark Heap, Pippa Haywood, Karl Theobald, Michelle Gomez, Oli Chris, Katie Lyons, Lucinda Raikes, Sally Bretton
The theatre was full of cast, crew, Channel 4 bods and press.
It started with a brief re-cap of where we left the last series, and then went straight into episode 1.
Now that it's been seen by people not associated with the team, I can probably get away with passing on a few details, but will hold back on major and significant plot lines.
See my next post......
Will post some details in the am, but suffice is to say that Episode 1 of Series 2 is a stunning piece of work (I know I'm biased!)
Look out for some sneaky Series 2 pics tomorrow and the low down on the Press Launch......
Tuesday, March 07, 2006
In anticipation of a small piece soon to be appearing on British Sitcom Guide, here's another picture of the finale to Series 1.
I'll post a link as soon as the article is written.
This picture shows the size of the crane arm used to acheive the cliff shots.
Monday, March 06, 2006
Sunday, March 05, 2006
Often we have to mock up pictures of the cast in order to dress them in around their 'houses' to make the space more personal and realistic.
These two pictures show a before and after version of a picture I took which I mocked up for Joanna's flat, creating a late 60's holiday snap of Guy's father, obviously using Stephen dressed up.
Once I took the photo, I cut them out using Photoshop and put them on an Alpine background.
I'm not sure the viewer could even see this picture on set, but perhaps you can look out for it in the final epsiode of the series, when Guy visits Joanna at her flat.