The shoot went well, as it did on day 2...there were some light issues as I wanted to use natural light alongside the toilets actual lights as much as possible, and not use artificial studio lights - i felt this would make it slightly more realistic, albeit at the cost of a bit of flicker. I enjoy the 'purist' side of that, in the sense that I'm not actually using artificial things, it feels more...rough, but it the right way. Donald Holwill pointed out that if that's my view, that's a sacrifice i'll have to make, and I think it's ok really.
I edited some of the footage together very briefly from day one and did a quick test with some digital footage too...so here it is.
As I say this is very rough in terms of editing and digital work, but i've turned down some of the flicker and adjusted the white balance on a couple of images. Also, I might add, with music over it, it completely changes the atmosphere...at the moment I'm thinking of using 'I surrendaa' by Mozambique-based band Empty Boat, one of the two rights-managed albums we were given as part of entry to the LIAF competition.
Will keep updating with production photos and other bits and bobs as soon as I get them sorted.