Jack Redden has not received any gifts yet
Yesterday was the last day of shooting for 51 Degrees. With it being the final day it was inevitably a very hectic space to be in which therefore impaired my ability to keep up with and record all that was happening around me and sadly this post may suffer as a consequence. Nevertheless, the following is what I managed to capture on the final day.
I began the day at Embankment Station where I learnt that only six out of the 16 cameraman the director had wanted actually showed up.…Continue
Yesterday, the location was Leake Street, close to Waterloo station with a tunnel of a few-hundred metres apparently known as the ‘Banksy Tunnel’ running through it. At the end of this tunnel was where a little bit more of 51 Degrees was going to be filmed.
The Banksy Tunnel is a graffiti tunnel; it was also the…Continue
Earlier this morning, I arrived at Trafalgar Square at about nine o’clock to meet with some of the already waiting cast and crew. They were accompanied by a few extras that would be needed for today’s filming needed to complete the Piccadilly chaos.
When approaching the group, I noticed a big yellow sign…Continue
The destination was Hampstead Heath but before going off to meet up with the cast and crew of 51 Degrees, I first met with Scott Buxton who had been given the task to go and and hunt down some beer for the crew.
With the beer found and purchased, we soon set off to re-join those filming who had set up on Parliament Hill, the highest point in London. The weather was pretty much perfect, being sunny and not too hot, and walking through the park I never knew before existed (regardless of…Continue