Most assuredly, that is it.
We were all up at 4am and in Purple Haze (that describes the location and our collective mood) one last time, to finish off the last few scenes of CrimeFighters, two of which I'd hastily scribbled on a scrap of paper to accommodate a location change (this was to have been filmed in Borders but we used up our time there) and given to the actors this morning to learn and do.
Jenni, who'd now done 2 weeks filming on this and another production without a break, had a smashing time...
...and Paul decided he'd create a sit-on dolly:
...while sporting a flat cap. Yes folks, we've reached THAT stage of the production.
Today was pretty hilarious actually, I think once we got onto the second scene of the day and realised we were going to finish the film, fatigue gave way to fits of giggles and stupidity as the weight gradually lifted from the stress and anxiety of filmmaking.
So, after wrapping Debbie, then Paul and Georgina for the movie, we went to Bootham Park to film Emma and Harry's last scene, at which point Paul wished we were making a colour film since the autumn leaves were so pretty.
A couple of hours later and that was it, we were done, and here's what cast and crew we had left:
We few, we precious few, we band of buggered. The wrap usually comes with a whimper rather than a bang, and until January, all will be quiet in Camp CrimeFighters as we tinker, edit, sound mix and generally faff. Oh, and party like we've never partied before.
Well done everybody on the cast and crew, you can all be terrifically smug with yourselves now, we've all just done something awesome :-D