Win Red Dwarf series 10 on DVD!

Oh ye of little faith… Here it is, a pic of the actual RDX DVD that will be won by one lucky person…

Update: The winner has been chosen and the DVD is currently making it’s way to the lucky winner!

We’ve got a copy of the new Red Dwarf series on DVD to give away to one lucky winner and better than that it’s signed by all the cast!

All you have to do to enter is buy a Bucky T-shirt by the end of November 2012 and start believing in “Cloister” until we pick the lucky winner the day after.

The competition is open to anyone in the UK and you can enter as many times as you like to increase your chances of winning (each separate order will count as an entry). If you’ve already bought a T-shirt then rejoice! as you’ve already been entered one time, otherwise get yourself over to the ordering page and place your order for a chance to win now!

Don’t forget that there’s also another competition you can enter once you receive your T-shirt to attend the gala screening of Danny’s short film ‘Bucky’ as his personal guest! More details can be found at the bottom of the ordering page.

Ladies & Gentlemen – we have a winner!

A few days ago Danny challenged the Photoshop geniuses on Twitter to a simple competition – all they had to do was to use their skills to combine two pictures onto a picture of Death In Paradise stuntman Nrinder (wearing one of our cool Bucky T-shirts) and then send their work back to Danny for judging.

The competition was fierce and talented giving Danny a hard time picking the best picture however he finally chose a winner: Garry Vaux of Surrey. Congratulations! For his fantastic efforts Garry has now joined the honoured ranks of being an investor on the Bucky film and has winning picture shown below.

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Bucky T-shirts!

Update: The Bucky t-shirt offer is now closed but keep coming back as we may be printing another batch!

At last folks the limited edition ‘BUCKY’ T-shirts are here! You can now purchase yours and become a supporter of this unique production.For £20 you can have one of your very own, however for £40 you will get a credit on the film to go with it.

Once you receive your T-shirt you can send in a photo of you wearing it and the person who has the most original, impressive (pictured alongside the Queen) or funny photo, will accompany the cast and crew for the entire day of the Gala Screening. Here’s what you’ll have to beat…

Would there at least be a jar of coffee?

A moment that will always stick in my head from the Bucky shoot was on the very first morning. It had been a fairly frantic process putting all the crew and equipment together and although I knew all that was sorted, I hadn’t had a chance to get a sense of how the rest of the production would work. How would the cast be transported? Would there at least be a jar of coffee?

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Help fund Bucky!

Here are the details of how you can get involved. You can donate to the project in a variety of ways.

  • For £10 you will receive a signed photo via email together with a thank you note. In the email there will be a code word so that if you see Danny in the street and say the word he will know you have donated, thank you personally and pose for photos.
  • For £30 you will receive as above plus you get a credit in titles of the short film.
  • For £200 you will receive as above plus a ticket to a Gala Screening and party to be confirmed.
  • For £500 you will receive as above plus an Associate Producer credit.

A thought did cross my mind…

DOP Ed Moore and myself were discussing safety, operating and related aesthetics of shooting out the back of Danny’s Jeep.  The first shots of the day were already ‘in the can’ and so the team swiftly moved onto the next sequence of tracking along with Bucky’s bike.  You think sitting on the back of a Jeep with a camera is simple, but try it with the weighty Steadicam on and it’s a whole different game.
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‘The Modfather’

This embarrassing moment has to go down as one of the memorable moments during the ‘BUCKY’ shoot. We were doing some travelling shots of a kid riding his tricycle through the streets. We had a Steadycam operator, James Elias, who was hanging out of the back of a jeep trying very hard not to fall out.

I was driving, Ed Moore the DOP was in the passenger seat. In the back we had Ed Lancaster, our Key Grip along with a couple of crew, plus a load of gear. It was uncomfortable. Steve Keys was driving behind with his daughter who was on ‘Unit Photographer’ duty. We were under the flyover near Portobello in Notting Hill when I pulled over to have a chat with, ‘The Modfather’, Paul Weller Continue reading