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VIDEO: Live From The "Red" "Carpet" featured image

While we knuckle down and try and knock the main video into some sort of reasonable shape, here’s a little teaser, recorded at the Back To Earth press launch, at London’s May Fair hotel. As it was a press event, all the usual red carpetty stuff was done inside, but we managed to get a tiny bit of grey pavement access. Pickings are slim, but we still managed to get some lovely footage.

Of course, this is just the stuff from the press launch – all the Berkeley Square stuff will be along soon.

Our full coverage of the Berkeley Square event will be along within the next 24 hours, as will that interview you might have heard something about…

23 comments on “VIDEO: Live From The “Red” “Carpet”

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  • Ah, the joys of guerrilla filmmaking. You spend all day shooting for 59 seconds of quality material(!)

    Great work, all.

  • Possibly should have made it clearer in the article, but this isn’t all we’ve got! There’ll be a much longer video going up as soon as it’s done, either tonight or the early hours of tomorrow morning.

  • Nice One Ian, well done on bagging 2 actors. First I heard about the comic shop actor guy. Cant wait to see the rest.

  • Within the next couple of hours. You won’t believe the shit I’ve been through for this bastard video…

  • Nothing Ian has ever told me has given such excitement, apart from that text telling me I’d won a free Dimension Jump registration:

    “Dude! You’re going to DJ!”

    I remember it like it was yesterday. Only trouble was, I then had about a fortnight to find some spending money and get there.

  • >Within the next couple of hours. You won?t believe the shit I?ve been through for >this bastard video?

    Worth it though. And appreciated. I know this video is going to be great. On the scene before, during and after the whole thing, and on the best Official side of the crowd control ropes, camera angles during the cast mob experience. Despite being in the park I think I’ll be seeing things I didnt get to see happen on the day. So for anyone who wasnt there it should be a great virtual opportunity to live it like you did.

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