Shot List/Risk Assessment

Bedroom – Intercontinental

Scene/s: 1

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, lighting, fig rig

Props: Formal wear (Lucy) & bed-wear (Carl)

Location: Inside

Health & Safety:

  • Clothes/equipment on the floor – May trip over them during shooting. Watch where we step and try to move as much of it out of the way before beginning shooting.
  • Small space – Area may become overcrowded and people may trip over each other. Keep as small amount of people in the room as possible.
  • Lighting/Equipment set up around the location – People may knock over equipment, damaging/breaking the equipment or even harming other people. Keep as small amount of people in the room as possible and ensure no exposed wires are shown and be very careful around the equipment.
  • Hot lighting – The lights we are using get very hot very quickly. The lights could burn fabric if placed next to them for too long and could even burn us if we tried to handle them whilst on/hot. To avoid this we can keep lights at least 30 centimetres away from all fabrics and handle them after they have had time to cool down.

Bar – Montekristo

Montekristo Renaissance - Ash&Jake

Montekristo Renaissance – Ash&Jake

Scene/s: 9

Actors: Lucy, Carl & Extras

Equipment: Canon 600D, lighting, fig rig, track & dolly

Props: Non-formal wear

Location: Inside & outside

Health & Safety:

  • Dim/dark shooting – Actors may not be able to clearly see where they are walking. Light area where actors will be walking/standing so they can see what is going on.
  • Shooting outside – Weather could change drastically. Ensure we can cover the equipment quickly if necessary to protect from the weather. Have a contingency plan for if it starts to rain.
  • Changing location a lot – Equipment may get lost/damaged. Ensure everyone helps with moving all pieces of equipment and they do so carefully.
  • Water puddles – With puddles of water on the floor, people may fall over or equipment may get wet/damaged. Ensure everyone stays away from the puddles to avoid tripping over and keep all equipment away from the water.
  • Hot lighting – The lights we are using get very hot very quickly. The lights could burn fabric if placed next to them for too long and could even burn us if we tried to handle them whilst on/hot. To avoid this we can keep lights at least 30 centimetres away from all fabrics and handle them after they have had time to cool down.

Shopping/Sightseeing – Sliema

Scene/s: 4 & 5

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, fig rig

Props: Non-formal wear

Location: Outside

Health & Safety:

  • Crowded area – People may get in the way of our shots or bump into others. Ensure we have crew around the location making sure no-one walks in front of our shots. Ask people nicely to avoid walking in shot whilst filming. Keep all equipment close by.

Cliff view – Golden Sands

Scene/s: 8

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, fig rig

Props: Non-formal wear

Location: Outside

Health & Safety:

  • Cliff (high drops) – People may trip/fall and hurt themselves or equipment may be dropped on the rocky area. Ensure everyone watches where they are stepping and ensure all equipment is safe away from the edge of the cliff. Ensure anyone walking near the cliff edge does not wonder too close to the edge.
  • Crowded area – People may get in the way of our shots or bump into others. Ensure we have crew around the location making sure no-one walks in front of our shots. Ask people nicely to avoid walking in shot whilst filming. Keep all equipment close by.

Walk/Café – Valletta

Valletta Cafe - Ash&Jake

Valletta Cafe – Ash&Jake

Scene/s: 2 & 3

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, fig rig

Props: Non-formal wear

Location: Outside

Health & Safety:

  • Crowded area – People may get in the way of our shots or bump into others. Ensure we have crew around the location making sure no-one walks in front of our shots. Ask people nicely to avoid walking in shot whilst filming. Keep all equipment close by.
  • Crowded restaurant/café – As we are filming in a restaurant, waiters will be transporting food/drink to customers and these customers will be enjoying the food they pay for. We do not want to disturb these customers or get in the way of any waiters. Therefore we must choose a quiet part of the restaurant to film and not be too loud whilst recording as not to disturb anyone or get in anyone’s way.

Church viewing (sightseeing) – Mosta

Scene/s: 6

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, fig rig

Props: Non-formal wear

Location: Outside

Health & Safety:

  • Crowded area – People may get in the way of our shots or bump into others. Ensure we have crew around the location making sure no-one walks in front of our shots. Ask people nicely to avoid walking in shot whilst filming. Keep all equipment close by.
  • Religious area – The area we are filming in is very religious and may not wish to be disturbed by the filming. We will be quiet when filming in order not to disturb the people using the area. We will also ensure not to say anything or do anything that may be offensive to anyone in the area.
  • Next to a busy road – The location is next to a busy and loud road. People may get injured, equipment may get damaged and we may block the flow of traffic. Ensure no person or equipment is too close to the road. Ensure we are not doing anything that may block the road.

Sea shot – Ramla Bay

Scene/s: 7

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, fig rig

Props: Non-formal wear

Location: Outside

Health & Safety:

  • By the sea – Equipment may get wet or people may slip into the sea. Ensure all equipment is sturdy, away from the sea and that everyone watches where they are stepping and helps each other across the rocks.
  • Rocky/uneven surfaces – People may trip and equipment may be damaged. Ensure all equipment is placed in a sturdy location and make sure everyone knows where they are stepping.

Night scene – The Ditch

Scene/s: 10

Actors: Lucy & Carl

Equipment: Canon 600D, lighting, fig rig, generator

Props: Formal wear

Location: Outside

Health & Safety:

  • Night shooting – Actors may not be able to clearly see where they are walking. Light area where actors will be walking/standing so they can see what is going on.
  • Hot lighting – The lights we are using get very hot very quickly. The lights could burn fabric if placed next to them for too long and could even burn us if we tried to handle them whilst on/hot. To avoid this we can keep lights at least 30 centimetres away from all fabrics and handle them after they have had time to cool down.

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