It’s a Rockin’ and a Rollin’ in Aoteroa!
The lovely Laura Wilson – May in the Tribe and Jet in Atlantis High – came in on Monday to chat with fans on the Atlantis High site. She had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed her live telephone call with a competition winner. Laura signed some autographs, answered her fan mail and did a little bit of filming around the office for you to see exclusively at some stage!
Michelle Ang came in to chat with fans on the Tribeworld BB. She was as bright as a bird at 8am and full of the joys of spring. Michelle answered a heap of fan mail and was put to work filling out questionnaires.
Two tours went round the studios and the post production department. The tours were for local film students who were fascinated to see the facilities at Cloud 9.
Some of the cast members spent a lot of time in the classroom this week whilst others filled out some questionnaires so that you can learn a little bit more about them. And some of the cast spent some time in the ADR suite (Additional Dialogue Requirements) to re-record some dialogue.
Spooky Halloween piccies were snapped of the cast, so look out for them soon on Tribeworld.
More exclusive photos!
Photo 1? A boxing ring at Keneperu Hospital!
105 scenes were filmed this week which makes a total of 67.60 minutes.The Parallel unit was used for 3 days out of 5 and several extras were used.
Filming on location took place at Whiteman’s Valley Farm, Keneperu Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Park, as well as Reception at Cloud 9! The 2 studios were also used by both units this week.
Photo 2 shows us a bar set up at Whitemans Valley Farm.
Make a start!
The earliest Crew Call was 06.30am for the lighting guys who had to pre-light the set before the other cast and crew arrived.
Of course the make-up and unit (catering) teams have to start earlier than the rest of the crew and their earliest dawn was at 06.05 am and 05.45am respectively!
The latest wrap was at 19.45pm for the cast and crew who were filming on location.
The earliest call for our cast was 05.30am for Jaimee Kaire Gataulu – Cloe, closely followed by Beth Allen – Amber, at 05.35am! And the lucky cast member who had the longest lie-in this week was Monique Cassie who didn’t get picked up one day until 12.50pm!
Keneperu Hospital is the place for Photo 3. At least it’s a good place to be if anybody got hurt in the filmng of this boxing scene!
The weather this week was still warm but soon turned very yukky. There were a couple of small earthquakes but that’s not really unusual here in New Zealand!
Here’s the record of the weather in week 9 of the production:
Monday 8th October
Cloud with some rain developing.
Tuesday 9th October
Cloudy with drizzly rain developing. North to northeast winds.
Wednesday 10th October
A few showers but fine breaks also. Southeast winds coming up.
Thursday 11th October
Showers and southerlies.
Friday 12th October
Rain easing and wind dying out. Fine breaks.
It’s a bit drizzly at Queen Elizabeth Park in Photo 4!
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…