Above is the link to a video filmed by Charlie’s mum of him appearing in the Thomas The Tank Engine Ident. Looks like he had loads of fun doing this! Well done Charlie x
Here are a few photos from Rosie’s first job filming for a downloadable application promoting a growth hormone treatment to the medical profession.
It was a long day – we left home near Kingston-upon-Thames at 6.30am to travel to Bristol and didn’t get back until just after 9pm, with the start of filming being delayed due to some technical problems.
Rosie felt very important as she was the “main” character in the production and the only one to be supplied with a particular outfit to wear in line with the storyboard – the other children just wore their own clothes. All her filming on set was done on her own, with her on screen “friends” being filmed separately (and they were also able to go home a lot earlier).
The application that they are filming for required Rosie to hold the same facial expressions and look at the same point for considerable lengths of time. Rob, the director said that Rosie was brilliant at this and was impressed that she didn’t complain when it was obviously making her cheeks hurt at times. All the crew and studio staff were so friendly and helpful and said she did a fantastic job and couldn’t believe that this was her first shoot.
The long day was broken up with regular breaks. Rosie was delighted with the constant supply of food & drink on offer and didn’t mind at all being the only one that had to wear an overall when eating.
Rosie wasn’t able to keep the actual outfit she was filmed in, but the production manager kindly let her keep the “back up” jeans and also 2 brand new pairs of Converse shoes which was an added bonus!
I spent most of the day in the green room watching daytime TV and grazing on the food, but I did manage to sneak down and take one photo of her on set.
Thanks so much to Bizzykidz for fixing this one up for her. X
Megan had a lovely time on her 2 day shoot for a new Canon product. Her pretend family were fabulous and very well matched. All the crew and cast were very friendly and although Megan had to work hard doing lots of takes for lighting and from different angles, she was very patient. We had cars booked to and from the hotel and train stations which made Megan feel very important. Can’t wait to see the finished result next month!
Thank you BK.
Yet another fab job done by our Oliver Breed! Already face of Sainsburys and filming a 2-day B & Q commercial this week!
Here are the photos of Ollie’s job in Belgium for “Speculoos pasta” (a Belgian biscuit flavoured spread). Ollie and his Nana who was chaperoning him had a fantastic 3 days in Belgium. They travelled on the Eurostar and stayed in a lovely hotel. Ollie got on really well with his pretend “Mum and Dad” both on and off set. He later found out that his “mum” had been on Dr Who which impressed him greatly as he is a huge fan! They filmed in a house and the crew took up most of the road! Everyone was really impressed with Ollie 🙂
They didn’t come back with any chocolates as there wasn’t time (this upset me! lol)
Thanks to everyone at Bizzykidz and thanks to everyone on set for making Ollie and my Mum feel so welcome.
I cant wait to see the finished commercial.
Sara Breed (Oliver Breed’s mum)
Here’s a link for the ch5 music video Dylan Hegarty appeared in. (All costumed and made-up) the band and producers were so pleased with him.
He had a fantastic time performing in this and also went to the exclusive video launch in London.
Big thanks for the opportunity.