Location release .
After completing location scouting and taking photographs of our desired locations for filming. The next stage would be to create, print off and get signed location release forms. These are similar to permission slips, and they will enable to film in those areas we have chosen. Having location release forms signed ensure minimised interference and thus no time wasted when it comes to filming. Also, by signing these forms we are clearing all issues concerning health and safety, thus no attachments to any accidents as they will be minimised. The permission we gained was regarding 3 of the main buildings on campus , the time and date was not discussed or stated, merely the permission to actually film and the right person in charge of each building made us aware of the precautions we must take. This could be argued to be an advantage as it gave us the benefit of flexibility, which is what we required due to the large acting crew we had, and each scene had to be structured and planned around their schedule not ours. However this was also the downside, as it meant that we were rather not organised and filming without structure perhaps did sometimes lead to improvisation, but judging on the outcome it was possibly worth the risk.