Iron Sky Shoot, Day 18: The First Australian Shooting Day

January 12th, 2011 by Timo Vuorensola

It’s so strange to start again. I thought that the hardest part was already over, but then we were slapped with four and half pages of script to be shot on the first day, and possibly the hardest scenes for the actors to play to begin with. The working conditions here in Australia are different, yet so similar. What used to be chilling cold is now steaming hot, and what used to be snowstorm is now torrential rain. And either way, the weather is not favoring Iron Sky.

Pääs vähä välipäivinä rähjääntyy... (Photo by: Tarja Jakunaho)

But we’re getting it done, day by day. Yesterday, we had nice shooting day at the film theater – a very lengthy one, and no matter what, it does take time to get started. We were fumbling around with the first scene for a bit too long time, and after that we still had most of the day left. But after the lunch we cranked up bigger gear and roared to the end, being able to get everything we needed just in schedule.

The heat here is humbling. Makes me crankier than I should be, so it probably takes a few days to get used to.

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4 Responses to “Iron Sky Shoot, Day 18: The First Australian Shooting Day”

  1. cassie says:

    Yay for being in Brisbane but how are you going with the floods?

  2. Yotta Yang says:

    The photo is interesting:)

  3. Yotta Yang says:

    The photo is interesting:)
    BTW,hope the flood there have little effect on your progress!

  4. Dave says:

    Man..this sucks !!!!

    I only found out you guys were here today…about a month late!

    f&ck !!!!

    Not happy…..meh