Interview : Martin Guigul (director of Beneath the Darkness)
Darkness? If so, how did you work through them?
It was a very tight schedule and half was night shoots. But I like to move fast anyway which works to my advantage in terms of getting authentic performances. I try to work with the same DP and A.D. alot which keeps the set moving and positive. The crew in Texas was awesome. The toughest were the cold nights in the cemetary, sometimes 24, 25, 28 degress farenheit. We actually got shot at one night by a bunch of late night party boys riding in a pick up. They were trying to shoot out our lights. Cops came, wild stuff. Things like that add to the tone when filming, so again, worked to our advantage on screen, lol.
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