Where do actors stay when filming?

Well, if it’s good weather, there’s always a nearby town for meals. There are a number of hostels at major centres such as London, Manchester, Glasgow and Glasgow. If it’s cloudy, there’s usually a nearby city or town for some rest. It can be hard to get some places in, but they have to do it in the interests of the film. The most expensive place to stay when filming is the New York Hilton hotel, where it costs $20 per night, per person. I had it just last year. Some of the more expensive places to stay are even in the UK’s capital, while some places are in Europe. The cheapest places to stay during filming are usually in the middle of nowhere. I stayed at places like the Hôtel Guropolis in Switzerland, where you may have to pay up to $80 a night in hotel for a bed. I also slept on the street, so there’s the difference between cheap, and expensive. I always used to sleep in the street for the next night, but once the filming is over, I was always in hotels or hostels. Even in Europe, you’ve got to find an apartment you can afford for a night.

It’s the last night of shooting – what do you do and when?

Well, when I get home from the movie shoot, I usually sleep, eat and go on a bike ride around town to get my energy up. After a few hours I take a lot of photographs of my surroundings. The day after, I usually get my energy back and head back to the movie set to continue shooting, which means I have to go home that night. That’s why I need to keep these photos until around 7 p.m. because there are some scenes I can’t move on to the next day, and I have to have my photos taken for the next day back at the hotel.

What camera do you usually use?

The GoPro that I shot my last movie, The Fifth Estate, is still a favorite of mine. The camera is not really expensive, but it can take some amazing shots with the right equipment.

Who does the lighting for most of the movie? Do you use digital or analogue, or both?


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