Bad Education - The movie

I had a fun little interlude before Cannes working on the pick up shots for Bad Education - The Movie. Which involved finding locations in Amsterdam and shooting Jack Whitehall cycling with a stolen Anne Frank ET revival doll and swooping up a ramp and falling into the canal. Fun!

I stepped in for my producer friend Sarada and it was great working at Tiger Aspect again - first time for years and years. It was pretty intense getting it all together and I was really grateful for the most amazing Rachel Alabaster who stepped in to help even though she was meant to be leaving, and Agustina González who also stepped in at short notice to help out. It was really lovely teaming up with Joe Carter again (as 1st AD) who I hadn't seen for ages, and working in Amsterdam, what an amazing place. And lovely to meet director producer team Elliott Hegarty and Pippa Brown.

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