It was a very exciting project that I was fortunate enough to be invited to work on. Working with a wonderful close knit team at 'Behind The Keyhole Productions' to bring to life a funny perspective on the end of World War II was thoroughly enjoyable. The dedicated and hard working group were a pleasure to work with. Congratulations to all - Paul Hosemann for the idea - none of us would be here without that; Jake Hosemann for his wonderful directing skills, Ben Roper for his fantastic cinematography skills (second to none!), Kat for her team and time management, it wouldn't have been achieved in 5 days otherwise, and of course the rest of cast and crew.
Wearing period costumes was both amazing and quite daunting task (considering the time period and subject matter!), but the hair and make up done by the glorious Andria Von Lossberg looked epic!
But by far the biggest challenge was speaking German. I am not a natural speaker, and have never studied it. So it demanded a lot of time and work to be put in; but with native speakers on set I certainly learnt quickly. I also realise how awesome phonetics are, and how important! Thanks to Celina Goddard for helping me learn German in the space of a few hours before arriving on set - I felt prepared and relaxed at least.
Hopefully I've have some footage on here soon - or maybe my showreel. For now you'll have to just look at some of the Behind the Scenes shots!