TWO WEEKS LEFT OF FILMING!
There are only two weeks left now and everyone is working as hard as always.
Last week saw lots of photos being taken for promotional purposes. Some of the cast were tested on their German skills when they had to film a promotional “hello” for KIKA.
There was a special appearance made by some of the Tribe cast at a special needs Christmas concert in Wellington on Saturday. Lots of very excited fans got to get autographs and goodie bags from their favourite tribal characters.
And some of the cast have been recording some Christmas carols that you will be able to hear very soon on Tribeworld.
More exclusive photos!
In the rain at Kaitoke
Hey Hey Hey, 93 scenes were filmed from Monday to Friday this week! This makes a total of 82.77 minutes.
The Parallel unit was used for 4 days out of 5 with several extras used in scenes shot at the studio and on location.
Whose hound is this?!
The location used this week was Kaitoke Regional Park.
Make a start!
The earliest Crew Call was 05.45am for the unit team on both the Main and the Parallel units!
The latest Crew Call was at 08.00am for the Main Unit on Wednesday.
The earliest call for our cast was 05.35am for several cast members, including Caleb Ross and Kelly Stevenson.
The latest pick-up this week was for a secret member of the cast at 11.25am on Tuesday.
There was a month’s worth of rain on Wednesday afternoon in Wellington which made filming out on location a little interesting to say the least!
The poor crew are getting rather wet!
Here’s the record of the weather in week 14 of the production:
Monday 19th November
A period of northerly rain
Tuesday 20th November
Winds turning southerly, rain clearing
Wednesday 21st November
Cloud thickening up, northerly rain developing
Thursday 22nd November
Further rain expected
Friday 23rd November
Showers and southeast winds
See you all soon when you can find out more of the latest filming details and happenings of Tribe IV!
See you again next week…
Keep the Dream Alive…
Overcome by the rain or something a little more ominous?