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It’s a wrap for the Hoff!

The completion of Monday’s filming means it is also now a wrap for our shopkeeper, Alfred Hoffman! Both of our stars can now hang up their respective blazers, while we busy ourselves perfecting the edit. To celebrate the completion of … Continue reading

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Filming in Cecil Court

Yesterday, we had the pleasure of filming in London’s historic Cecil Court. This feels like the icing on the cake to me. We’ve filmed in some atmospheric and diverse bookshops so far, all of which are genuinely special in their … Continue reading

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It’s a wrap for Joe!

We now have all of Joe’s scenes in the can! Saturday was a busy but relaxed day, returning to Kent once again to film in Baggins Book Bazaar and City Books, as well as a few external locations. As we … Continue reading

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A film is emerging

Exciting news from the land of editing. Last night, at long last, we had a full edit of the story to look at! It was very much a rough edit, with no sound editing or CGI work done on it, … Continue reading

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Production continues…

Apologies for the silence of late – we hate to look inactive, especially as we have in fact been incredibly busy behind the scenes. To remedy this, I’ll very soon be blogging details of all the aspects of production that … Continue reading

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Filming in Bookshops

We are now a few days into our bookshop shoot, and the novelty of spending all day in atmospheric bookshops is showing no signs of wearing off. In between takes, I find myself spotting nearby volumes and curiosities that threaten … Continue reading

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Test footage: colour grading

Here’s last week’s test footage that we shot in Treadwell’s bookshop in London. Our aim here was to sympathetically light a character’s simple movement through a book-lined space. The composition and content is nothing special, and we have some intern … Continue reading

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