"DADI" Shoot8:42 PM
Gone for so long.
Three weeks seemed forever. I’m not sure if you guys missed me (sana naman, haha!) but I do hope that even though updates and outfit posts have been on a very slow move, your enthusiasm to read my blog continues.
Remember the short film I told you about? Exactly.
I’ve been missing in action for the past weeks because my part-time work as a production manager required almost 24-hours of my time. Aside from the shooting dates itself, the pre-production has been very crucial to my job. I was always on a run; going back and forth to shooting locations, securing shooting permits, supervising equipment rental deals, calling actors, coordinating with the production crew, managing finance and expenses and a whole lot more.
It was the filmmaker's directive to keep the project on the low first so I'll be sharing a few photos, just for tease.
So what exactly do you wear on film shootings? Unlike photo shoots wherein the crew is confined in just one room which is the studio, you can still definitely dress up. Film shoots are otherwise. First, you have to wear shoes made for long walking and constant running, bottoms that won't constrain movement (shorts would be a good one but be wary of bug bites and bruises), a comfy shirt and a belt bag, or backpack (or both).
Black sequined top Thrifted | Jumper used as shorts Thrifted | Green high-cut sneaks Thrifted
| Belt bag | Backpack Kickers
The director to watch out for: Ilsa Malsi
Coordinating with the security personnel.
Production Crew (L-R): Judd Figuerres & Gian Abraham (asst. directors), Phy Grande, Rizzi Gorospe (production design team), Kim Alcoreza (script continuity)
What an interesting find: dog with henna tattoo.
FAVORITE SHOT: I love taking macro shots like this.
I've been itching to post more photos; especially those of our actors! Gosh, photo posts have been piling up, I need to move! (Will do my best to update more!)
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