Unit 1: Pre-productionTechniques for the Creative Media Industries Task 1: Understand requirements for a specific media production
Type of production: Music VideoA music video is a short film that is produced for artists or promotional purposes, it has asong and a short film to link the video to the lyrics.
Type of production: Music video Modern music videos are made topromote the music recordings which will increase the sale of the song.
Type of production: Music Some music video videos use ablend of different type of styles, such as, animation and live action.
Type of production: Music videoMany music videos do not interpret imagesfrom the lyrics of the song, this makes the video less literal.
Type of production: Music video Other videos canbe a filmed version of the artists liveperformance of the song.
Sources of finance Funding for a music video is usually madeavailable by the label if an artist is signed tothat label, however, unsigned artists have to find their own funding.
Sources of financeCrowd funding is a option which is becomingmore popular, this gives the unsigned artists achance to develop through live performances.
Sources of finance Sometimes, film makers and producers having access to equipment andfacilities who would like to pursue a career in music video production maywant to film a music videofor a new upcoming artist.
Sources of finance The promotion costs for major record labels are about 20% ofthe total amount that is invested in each band or artist. Half of that amount, which is 10% is spent by the independent labels.This includes music videos, radio and TV promotions, press kits, public relations etc.
Sources of financeIt is estimated that in the UK and US it costsmore than US$1 million to break a pop artist.
Sources of financeAn example breaking down the costs of anew pop act in major markets is as below:•Advance: US. $200,000•Recording: US. $200,000•3 videos: US. $200,000•Tour support: US. $100,000•Promotion/marketing: US. $300,000TOTAL = US. $1,000,000
Sources of financeThe biggest budget items are marketing and promotion, which involve a record label taking an act to the public.
Sources of financeLabels usually invest a lot in marketing and promoting artists to a wider audience.
Sources of finance When promoting artists it builds the brandidentity which they then can earn money froma number of sources, such as merchandise and live touring.
Sources of finance The investment for marketing andpromoting a new act is usually US. $300,000.
Sources of finance Funding for a video usually becomesavailable to the artist that is signed to the major label.
Sources of financeThis is the same if the artist is signed to an independent record label. Plaid
Finance - Silvertip film case study‘Silvertip’ are a team that cover music video productions tolive concert shoots and event filming. Their team covers alltypes of production, which are pre production, production, post production which also includes directors, producers, editors, cameramen, and many more.
Finance - Silvertip film case study Their team work for independent labels and artists which has seenthem film across the UK.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyThe services silvertip provide for their music video work is project planning, crewing, kit hiring, casting, location etc.From pro production to the actual production. They do the whole process for you.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyThe cost of:Half day shoots (singers/rappers) = £1000 plus expenses.Which includes:•The shoots lasts half a day (5 hours)•1 day’s pre-production•Half a day shoot with the director and cameraman•shooting in HD•1 Day editThese shoots are ideal for a single location performance by solo acts like singers, duos,rappers.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyThe cost of:Full day shoots (Singers/bands + narrative) = £1500 plus expensesWhich includes:∀These shoots last a full day (10 hours)∀1 day’s pre-production∀1 day’s shot inc Director and Cameraman shooting in HD∀2 day editThese shoots are ideal for single location with band performances or multiple locationperformance by solo acts or the inclusion of a narrative into the video.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyThe cost of:Two day shoots = £2500 plus expensesIt includes:These shoots last two days (10 hours each)∀1 day’s pre-production∀2 day’s shooting inc Director and Cameraman shooting in HD∀∀ The edit is 3 days including time for any changes that may be requested after viewing thefirst draft.These shoots are ideal for more complex performance shoots, for band and solo acts,involving additional camera equipment and lighting, or videos that involve a fullnarrative.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyArtists silvertip films have workedwith:- The undivided (boy band of 4): They have a website (http://www.theundivided.co.uk/) They are also on,facebook, twitter, youtube, and myspace.- Grave digger (formed in 1980): They have a wikipediapage. Genre of music: heavy metal, speed metal, thrashmetal, power metal.- Talitha giusti: She is an anglo/italian musician, writerand singer. She was a lead singer of a british rock band.And many more.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyWhat is a commissioner?A commissioner may be an employee of the record labelor a freelancer who is contracted by the record label. Thecommissioner is the person who commissions a musicvideo on behalf of the record label.
Finance - Silvertip film case study Who holds the copyright? A commissioner holds the copyright for the music video unless he/she is employed by the record label. In which, the record label will hold the copyright.
Finance - Silvertip film case study What determines the delivery date? The record company will determine the date for the music video to be delivered to them by.
Finance - Silvertip film case study What do the terms ‘’Delivery materials’’ and ‘’format’’ refer to? This refers to the different formats that will needed to be delivering the music video in, an example of delivery requirements is photo skills.
Finance - Silvertip film case studyHow is an Artist’s involvement in a musicvideo shoot managed?The artist will be arranged to attend during the shootingperiod if required by the record company. Any additionalcosts will be usually met by the record company as a resultof any failure of the artist to attend at the scheduled time.
Finance - Silvertip film case study What is meant by “Approvals”? Approvals is meant so the record company and the artist/band will have rights to be spoken upon and approve the production of the video.
Finance - Silvertip film case study How is payment initiated? The producer will be paid a production fee from the record company which will cover the production costs of the video.
Finance - Silvertip film case study Whose responsibility is licenses? The producer will be responsible for licences and obtaining clearances which will be for all material used in connection with the video.
Finance - starter packagesStarter package offers for low budget enterprises:Live performance video - 1 track:•2 camera coverage of the performance (audience & venue shots).•3 days editing.•Master copy delivered on DVD.(£2,000, but £2350,00 including vat, plus any travel costs) The band or artistwill have to gain permission from the venue.
Finance - starter packagesLive performance video - 2 track:•2 camera coverage of the performance (audience and venue shots)•5 days HD edit suite & editor•A Master copy delivered on DVD(£2,500, but £2937.50 including vat, plus any travel costs) Band or artist willhave to gain permission from the venue.
Finance - Starter packagesStudio shoot (1 track) - white or blue screen:•Studio filming. (White or blue screen for FX Background)•Edited to a pre-existing studio track.•Director, lighting cameraman, camera assistant, production assistant.•A HD camera, track/dolly for moving shots.•5 days HD edit suite & editor.•Master copy on DVD & Broadcast tape.(Approx. £6,000, but £7050.00 including vat) the band or artist will have to provide theirown costume/wardrobe, and any other performers they wish to include in their video.
Finance - Equipment and facility hireThe cost of camera and lighting kit for one day (at http://www.sohobroadcast.com/ ) is: £175+VATThis includes:•Canon XF-305 HD Camcorder kit (2x CF32GB Cards, Gun Mics, Tripod) =£150+VAT• Arri 1k 1000w Fresnel Lamp (focusable, fully adjustable stand) Ideal for indoor oroutdoor shoots = £25+VAT
Finance - Equipment and facility hireThe cost of camera and lighting kit hire (at http://banyak.co.uk/ ) for one day is: £115It includes:• Sony HVR-Z1E Professional 1080i HDV / DVCAM Camcorder (1 Camera, top-mic,headphones, power supply, charger & batteries) = £60•Lowel Rifa Light & Soft Box (Soft box 300W light, difuser & stand) = £25•Secced Tripod = £30This is cheaper then the previous website, and it also offers more facilities.
The cost for camera and lighting kit for one day (at http://vmi.tv/ ) is: £950This includes:• Sony F-65 8K Motion Picture Camera = £900 per day( 5 × 256GB SRMemory media, Sony SR-PC4 SRMemory reader, Anton/Bauer hot-swapbattery adapter, 6 x Anton/Bauer Dionic HC batteries & charger & AC adapter, 2 xAnton/Bauer Cine VCLX-CA block battery & charger, ARRI BP 12 19mm bridge &balance plate )•Kino Flo Diva Lite 400 = £50 per dayThis is the most expensive out of the three costs, but the facilities are higher quality.
Time: DeadlinesUnit 29 and Unit 1 Deadlines:Unit 29 Task 1: Friday 21st SeptemberResearch into the purpose of music videosUnit 1 Task 1: Friday 28th SeptemberResearching the context of music videosUnit 29 Task 2: Friday 5th OctoberAnalysing two music videos in great depthUnit 1 Task 2:Research in managing music videosUnit 29 Task 3: Friday 26th OctoberPlan for a specific media productionUnit 1 Task 3: Friday 26th OctoberResearch for all planning up to the productionUnit 29 Task 4: Friday 9th NovemberShooting and editing the music video into a DVD
Time: DeadlinesI have noticed a few issues with the pre-production and production deadlines.Firstly, the majority of the deadline dates are close together which doesn’t give usthat much time to meet the deadlines. For instance, unit 29 task 2 is allows me toget it done within 14 days. Secondly, the pre-production deadlines doesn’t supportthe production stages as the deadlines for both units are very close together (e.g.Unit 29 Task 1 Deadline: 21st Sept, Unit 1 Task 1 Deadline: 28th Sept) this doesn’tgive us much time to work on both in great depth. And finally, the deadlines forboth pre-production and production for task 3 are on the same day.
Time: Availability of equipmentThese are the equipment that we have available are:CANON LEGRIA HF R28Mac MiniImovie
Time: Booking the equipmentThe pictures show the process of booking equipment.If we need to use any equipment we need to sign our initials on the form theday we need it for (shown in the picture on the right)It is important and necessary to use the booking sheet to reserve the equipment that is needed on the day and timethat a student needs it for, this will show the other students which equipment is being used that time. Thepictures above shows an example of a booking sheet and how it is laid out.
Time: Availability of personnelFilm schedule The group members Date Time Location needed Myself Week 1 - Callie To be 4.00pm Monday Louise confirmed Leah Myself Week 2 - Callie To be 3.15pm Friday Louise confirmed Leah
Time: Timescales for clearancesIf the artist ‘AcousticJim’ agreed to filming a video for a specific song of his, this would be the form I would send to him for his confirmation.COPYRIGHT WAIVER FORMBeacon Media Department.Date: 27/11/12Time videoProducer, Abbie Drewett.I agree to collaborate on this short film and to assign to AcousticJim, with full title guarantee, the following:i) all of my rights, title, interest and property in Time Video (the "Intellectual Property Rights");ii) the full and exclusive benefit of all the Intellectual Property Rights including all forms of protection and all rights, privileges and advantages appertaining thereto;iii) the right to recover and to bring proceedings to recover damages and/or to obtain other remedies in respect of infringement of the Intellectual Property Rights whether committedbefore or after the date of this Agreement.AND to hold the same unto AcousticJim absolutely.Further, I hereby agree to waive all moral rights in the Intellectual Property Rights.The nature of the project and my role in it has been explained to me and I have agreed to collaborate on this project for NO FEE.I understand that this film (or part of it) may be distributed by the producer in any medium in any part of the world.I shall, at the request of ‘AcousticJim’, sign all instruments, applications or other documents and to do all such acts as shall be reasonably required by ‘AcousticJim’ to enable‘AcousticJim’ or its nominee to enjoy the full and exclusive benefit of the Intellectual Property Rights and to fully and effectively vest the same in ‘AcousticJim’ including, wherenecessary, the registration of AcousticJims title in the Intellectual Property Rights in the appropriate intellectual property office at which the Intellectual Property Rights are (or at thenomination of the AcousticJim shall be) registered.Signed .........................................Print .........................................
Personnel: Chris CunninghamChris Cunningham created the music video for AphexTwin: WindowlickerThe size of the team holds about 30-50 people, so there aremany key crew roles.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamThe key crew roles within the making of the video ‘Window licker’include:Director: Chris CunninghamDoP: James HawkinsonArt Director: Lisa Kroner, Lily Zuleta, H.R. Giger, Dutch MerrickEditor: Chris CunninghamVisual effects: Pasi JohanssonCostume designer:
Personnel: Chris CunninghamThe skills and experience the key crew have:Costume designers enhance a character’s personality, they add colour,and even change social status.Visual effects is the image created outside the context of the live actionshoot. For example, environments that look realistic, it would bedangerous, costly and overall impossible to capture on film.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamEditor is often begun with the authors idea for the work they have inmind. It is the process of preparing and selecting the visual, audible,and the footage used to present information. Editors will need tohave creative skills.The Art Director are in charge of the scene painting. It creates themood of the music video and contrasts the features creating it toappeal to the target audience.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamDirector of photography also known as DoP and Cinematographerare the ones who plans and shoots the filming of the music video.A music video director directs the making of the music video.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamWhat key resources were needed for the video ‘Window Licker’?•Access to limo-scenes•Access to costumes•Visual effects unit
Personnel: Chris Cunningham This screen shot shows what the director (Chris Cunningham) has directed.
PersonnelWhat is the availability of the artist‘Aphex Twin’?Aphex Twin will not be available as he is currently in productionof a music video.I researched this on his Wikipedia page.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamWhat is the directors availability now?He previously worked on "New York Is Killing Me” video for Gil Scott-Heron andamie xx (in 2010)Therefore, Chris Cunningham could possibly be approached about working for a musicvideo.
Personnel: Chris Cunningham What was the budget for the music video ‘Window Licker’? The video is not listed on Box Office Mojo so I had to research it more. Therefore, as the length of the song isn’t ordinary compared to others (10:34 full version), the video effects and production value increase the budget of the video.
Personnel: George AntDirector - George Ant (website: www.georgeant.com ) ExperienceGeorge ant has directed and edited a great number for several music videos. He has also directed and produced anumber of short length films mainly in horror, fantasy, and drama genre. Skills∀He has the skills of a director/videographer/editor.∀He has studied 3D Animation & Multimedia Productions.Resources∀MK-V Steadicam Tripod∀Camera
Personnel: George AntAvailabilityGeorge Ant would most likely be available if he was to be contacted via his website; this isbecause he has only just started directing since 2010 so he will not be well-known and willbe available most of the time.I also emailed George Ant to find out how available he is; his response was that availabilityis not an issue as he can arrange his schedule.
Personnel: George AntHis ratesI also emailed George Ant about his rates and he responded that he has directed musicvideos for a cost of 1.000 euros and more expensive ones for about 8.000 euros. He alsosaid that beforehand he asks his clients what they have in mind and what they can affordin order for him to see what he can do with that given amount.
Personnel: Director XDirector X (Julien Christian Lutz) Known as Little X, X, or Director X (website: www.directxfilms.com )ExperienceDirector X had an internship in New York City for filmmaking.He has also directed for a very large number of popular music artists, such as, Nelly, usher, G UNIT, R.Kelly, 50 cent,etc.He has been working on music and films since 1998 so he will have a lot of experience.He has skills of:Filmography∀Director∀Writer∀Second unit director or assistant director∀Art department∀
Personnel: Director xResourcesDiretor X will have access to a lot of resources to offer as he is a well-known and wellexperienced director. He will have high quality equipment, and a lot of experiencedstaff, and a high budget in order to add value to the film production. The picturebelow shows a shot of one of the videos he has directed to show the quality.
Personnel: Director xThe picture below shows the other work Director X has done.
Personnel:Director XAvailabilityDirector X may not be available very often; he is working on two music videos in 2013 sohe will not be available until midway or late 2013.RatesHe has directed very popular music videos for well-known artists. All of his work willmost likely to have very high rates depending on the artist.The quality of most music videos he has directed have been very good quality.He’s also always busy directing videos and making videos to the best of his ability.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamChris Cunningham (website: www.chriscunningham.com )ExperienceHe started directing in 1996 until present, this shows he has years a lot of experience.(picture from slides earlier)Skills∀Director∀Special Effects∀Editor∀Film Maker∀ProducerResourcesHe has access to costumes, any props that is needed, he will also have high quality film equipment and a goodknowledge or filmmaking.
Personnel: Chris CunninghamWhat other work has Chris Cunningham done?Some examples are, alien 3, alien: resurrection, Rubber Johnny, Window Licker – aphex twin, All is full of love –Bjorks.AvailabilityHe is most likely free to direct a music video as he recently finished worked on a video called New York IsKilling Me.
Materials• www.fairygodmother.co.uk/ = Prices start at £26.00, but average price is £32-£36 (withaccessories, though boots/shoes are extra)• www.masqueradecostumes.com/ = adult = range from £25.00 + VAT upwards.Wig hire = Range from £10.00 - £15.00+VAT Dependant on style of wigHats, etc = Range from £5.00 up to £20.00+VATBoots & shoes = Range from £10 + VAT Per pair.• www.escapade.com/ = wigs: £5.99 to £12.99. Average costume hire rate = £23- £35
MaterialsThe website that can meet my costume requirements most effectively iswww.fairygodmother.co.uk/ because this website has a more of a variety of costumesand most of the costumes come in sets meaning there is no need for additional costs foraccessories or shoes. My costume requirement would be random and funny, meaningthe costumes do not have to be a specific theme so it wouldn’t be too expensive.Whereas, the other two websites had a variety also but I found it hard to find goodquality costumes with low costs. In addition to this, I noticed that most costumes do notinclude the full package, meaning there will be additional costs for other accessories.
MaterialsThis is an example of an average costing for a costume on the website I have decided touse.
MaterialsProp is used by actors that are on stage, or being filmed. For example, an umbrella is a prop. Small props are calledhand props, and larger props which may be set for decoration e.g. a chair.The props I will need for the music video are:∀A Newspaper∀Clocks∀A Bedroom Table∀Bed∀A mug∀A vintage stereo∀Balloons∀Shopping Bags
MaterialsI went on three websites which are www.tvfilmprops.co.uk ,www.grangerhertzog.com , and www.keeleyhire.co.uk. I sent them an email which isshown in the next slide requesting for the cost to hire of the listed props in the email.
MaterialsScream music video – ProductionWho was the designer?The production was designed by Tom Foden, however the concept of the video wascreated by Romanek.What other work has he done?A few examples are: Mirror Mirror: The Untold Adventures of Snow White, Immortals,The Work Of Director Mark Romanek, Tooth Fairy, The Village, Matchstick Men, OneHour Photo, The Cell, The Hunger, Bedtime stories – Madonna, Closer – Nine inch Nails.
MaterialsWho was in his team?LaVelle Smith Jnr, Travis Payne, Tina Landon, Sean Cheeseman, production designed byTom Foden, directed by Mark Romanek.What information does the behind-the-scenes film provide about the production of thevideo?Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson had 4 choreographer’s.The video was also a combination of visual effects, and the making had a sense ofaggression so emphasis on how Michael and Janet Jackson was feeling whilst writing thelyrics. They also send a message to the audience in a surrealistic way.
MaterialsCharles De Meyer was first known when the video for Amon Tobin’s ‘Esther’s’ Track become award-winning.He graduated from Supinfocom in Valenciennes in 2005, and ever since then he has been a polyvalent freelancermaking VFX, mostly for commercials.Below is a picture of the video Remember – RAVEYARDS, showing the work of Charles De Meyer.
MaterialsThe programmes de Meyer has used to create his effects are:• The free Maya plug-in SOUP from Peter Shipkov. This is used to quickly constrainobjects to vertices for earlier sequences, to shatter objects, and so on.• Also he used the silex-blades which are modelled in ZBrush by Chris Lebrun. Hereis a link to the tutorial of the ZBrush: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=t0q1hnYMHMw• Another technique that is used is After Effects which are to add motion graphics andanimation into the video, the picture below is an example of this effect which is editedin after shooting.
ContributorsContriubtors (page 16)http://www.londonmusicvideo.com/London Music Video has worked with a numerous of artists.Some examples are: Harvey, Cash James, Swami Baracus,Chloe Martinez, and many more.Biography for Swami BaracusBrit-Asian Rapper Swami Baracus is based in West London,he has been rapping from an early age, creating his own style.He is a rapper as well as a lyricist, he has previouslyperformed at T In The Park (a well-known festival). Somesongs he has released are: Walk with me (Featuring Mellzo),Where U @ Bro (produced by Xzecutive), The recipe(produced by Zaheer), Break this game, and many more.
Contributorswww.phink.tv.tv/musicvideoproductionPhink.tv has worked with the following: Emphirical, The jar family, Dakota, Kayne West LIVE, DJ IQ, The 4orce,BattleKat, Ray foxx.Biography for Kayne WestKayne Omari West first got known as a producer for Roc-A-Fella Records. Soon after this he released his album TheBlueprint as well as releasing hit singles with other well-known artists such as, Alicia Keys, Ludacris, and JanetJackson. He has made great success in the following occupations, Rapper, Singer, Songwriter, record producer, musicvideo director, film director, and fashion designer.
Contributorswww.epikmusicvideos.com/Epik Music Videos have worked with the following: Fuse, Andrew Paul, Navin Kundra, Street Fit, Arivmia, MrPhilpotts, DAR, Nayta.Biography for Navin KundraNavin Kishore Kundra is a british indian sing-songwriter, he writes and sings his songs in Hindi, Punjabi, andEnglish. He plays the guitar, piano, harmonium, and drums. He started his career in 2004 until present.
LocationsBelow are some examples of location recce forms.
LocationsThis is a recce check list; this is to check what you are going to need tocomplete the location recce form successfully, also adding anyadditional comments about the location.
Codes of practice and regulationPress Complaints Commission (PCC)Who are they?The PCC is an independent body which deals with complaints , framed within the terms of the editors code of practice, this isabout the editorials content within newspapers, magazines, and the conduct of journalists.What do they do?The PCC ensures all customers complaints are overcome and are left satisfied with their help.What contact and relationship would you have with them as aproducer/director/writer/cinematographer of a music video?There are two reasons why these may be in contact with the PCC, for instance, the producer may seek the PCC’s advicewhether the music video is acceptable to release to the public to prevent anyone from complaining. However, if the musicvideo was released without considering this matter of offending the public then there may be masses of complaints, thereforethe PCC will get in touch of the producer.
Codes of practice and regulationBritish Board of Film Classification (BBFC)Who are they? The BBFC is a trusted guide to media content. Their financial affairs are administered by the council of Management.They work independently and self-financing.What do they do?The BBFC protects the public, especially children from content in the media which might raise harm risks. They alsoempower the public to make informed viewing choices (especially parents), they reflect by changing social attitudestowards media content through research, and so on.What contact and relationship would you have with them as aproducer/director/writer/cinematographer of a music video?The producer of a making music video may get in contact with thee BBFC if they need help to adjust scenes to takeensure they are taking into account of the key areas of the publics concerns, this will ensure the music video does nothold scenes of bad violence that may concern the public.
Codes of practice and regulationMechanical Copyright Protection Society (MCPS)Who are they?The MCPS are a society of songwriters, composers, and music publishers. They license organisations to allow them toplay, perform or make available copyright music on behalf of their members.They are owned by and accountable to their members.What do they do?They licence organisations be able to perform their music and make their music copyright available. They protect andpromote the value of copyright, however, their licensing process are so everyone has a better understanding of howtheir members’ rights are licensed.What contact and relationship would you have with them as aproducer/director/writer/cinematographer of a music video?In the UK all original music is protected by copyright from the time they record or write down in any format. However,the producer will need to be able to prove they own a copyright they will need to get in contact with the MCPS to thenask how they will be able to prove they own a copyright.
Codes of practice and regulationProducers’ Alliance for Cinema and Television (PACT)Who are they?PACT is the UK trade association demonstrating and helping the commercial interests of independent feature film,television, digital, children’s and animation media companies.What do they do?They help their members in terms of legal and business affairs advice to have access to a library of contracts and advicedocuments which will help them to do business. They defend independent producers’ rights by campaigning to helptheir sector to grow.What contact and relationship would you have with them as aproducer/director/writer/cinematographer of a music video?If the music involves any issues such as, option licensing, copyright and insurance issues, or music rights. Then theproducer will get in contact with PACT to try and receive help without having to pay any additional costs.
Codes of practice and regulationBroadcasting Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union (BECTU)Who are they?BECTU is an independent trade union for people working in film, broadcasting, theatre, entertainment, leisureinteractive media, and allied areas. BECTU represents contact and staff and freelance workers who are based in the UK.What do they do?They protect jobs; improve pay and conditions of service (including pensions), increase membership and win newrecognition agreements.What contact and relationship would you have with them as aproducer/director/writer/cinematographer?If a cinematographer does not receive enough pay to apply their services fully and have the right facilities then they canask BECTU’s advice by getting in contact with them, and they will give them guidance and try to improve their pay.
Codes of practice and regulation Location BreakdownLocation Info Strengths Limitations Millions of Londoners visit Hyde park to Hyde park is a great location for filming It is 18.5 miles from original location.Hyde Park enjoy the centre of London with its in an exterior area as it a very large The naturalistic lighting may interruptLondon buildings, statues, and memorials. location and has different scenery’s, e.g. the filming if it is sunny.W2 2UH it includes a lake, buildings, fountains, Also, it is a very popular park and it will Hyde park is one of London’s finest and so on. be very busy so there may bewww.royalparks.org.uk/ landscapes and covers over 350 acres. interruptions from the public, forEmail - firstname.lastname@example.org instance, someone may walk through theEnquiry for filming – 0300 061 2110 or If anyone wants to film in this park they footage.0300 061 2111 will need permission first, also needing a permit. Bishops park is located in Fulham, This park has a very vintage look to it The pathways are very old and some areBishops Avenue South-west of London. The park runs which includes the old house and a 500 small so it may be a problem in filmingFulham, north of the River Thames, it contains year old evergreen oak which will look as there may not be any room to film, orSouth west-London tennis courts and bowling greens. very attractive in a music video, the park it may not look good in the music video.SW6 6SX It was first opened in 1893 by the Londonis also very popular. The Fulham football club is near the park County Council. Bishops Park also includes a playground so it may be busy with lots of footballTelephone – 020 7736 7181 for children, which is different scenery to fans and will interrupt filming. film in which the music video requires. It is quiet and peaceful so it would be a good spot to film.
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