Happy Hour Productions approached PYTCH in search of an ideal location to film six driving plate scenes for their forthcoming movie. The criteria? A versatile space that could accommodate two 4x4 vehicles, the crew from Happy Hour, and the specific requirements of the talent. Moreover, technical considerations like lighting, various camera angles, and previews with the LED volume were paramount.
Leveraging our state-of-the-art venue; Box7, we provided Happy Hour with a virtual tour showcasing the studio's potential and how it aligns with their objectives. With features like a spacious roller door for easy vehicle movement and a vast area for positioning, the studio was a clear fit. Plus, our green room added an extra layer of convenience. PYTCH's seasoned creative producer, having previously managed similar shoots, confirmed that the venue would exceed the client's expectations. Extensive discussions were held to ensure the lighting and driving plate angles met the client's requirements.
Thanks to efficient collaboration and immediate on-site responses to queries about the LED wall, lighting, and venue specifications, the shoot was completed smoothly. Initially set for 10 hours, the team finished everything in just about 9 hours. This swift execution resulted in a stress-free atmosphere and ensured the filming of top-notch scenes.Posted by Joe Sandford(Last updated: Oct 26, 2023)