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    Smaller locations for my trailer Smaller locations for my trailer Presentation Transcript

    • Finding smaller locations Shed, spiral staircase, front room/kitchen, road, house
    • QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. I need a shed to film in as I need a dark wood paneled background for three of my shots. I have decided to film in my shed as it is an easy location to get to and use. The wood is quite light coloured, however, I will film in the early morning or early evening when there is less sunlight pouring through the windows. I could also block the sunlight using dark paper, for example and let only a little light in and adjust how much I let in, depending on how good it makes the shot look.
    • QuickTime™ and a decompressor are neede d to see this picture. We have a steel spiral staircase that we can use for filming at my aunt’s house. This is located in Brixton, London so is not too far to get to making it easy to get the shots we need quickly. It is old fashioned in its style and is a dark grey colour which makes it perfect for my trailer.
    • We need to film in a kitchen where the living space is very close/can be seen from the kitchen. Ideally it would be a home with an ‘open plan’ layout as we need a shot from the mother’s perspective (in the kitchen) looking at her daughter (in the living room). QuickTime™ and a decompressor are neede d to see this picture. I have decided again to film at my aunt’s house (where the spiral staircase is located) this will mean that we will not have to travel to as many locations and will already have our actors there. It is also a perfect location for my trailer as there is a living area in the kitchen (open plan layout).
    • Again, for ease of filming and so that I do not have to travel to multiple locations I have decided to use my road and house for the opening shots of my trailer. With my story set in South East London (where Alice usually lives) it makes it ideal for my trailer with the Victorian houses on my road stereotypical of many London areas. This location is in Forest Hill.