Tom Felton and Tammin Sursok on Making ‘Braking for Whales’ Like “A Band of Pirates”
Check out this video interview (below) to hear about what inspired the story, what wound up being some of the most challenging scenes to shoot, how making Braking for Whales influenced Sursok’s personal goals as a budding director, and more! – Tammi Sursok and Tom Felton: 00:40 – Sursok wrote the script with her husband; what sparked the idea? 02:08 – After finishing the script, what was the key to getting the green light? 03:45 – Did Sursok and Felton know each before making this movie? 5:15 – This was a very short shoot; did they have any rehearsal time? 06:40 – What was the shooting schedule like? 09:15 – One of the most challenging scenes to get done and how they made it work. 12:23 – Felton talks about what it’s like working on such a small set; his appreciation for the camera department. 13:41 – What scene was the most intimidating? 16:35 – What it’s like working with otters. 18:39 – How do they figure out how big to go with the comedy; Sursok’s experience being directed by her husband. 22:35 – Do either of them collect anything; Felton shows off his guitar collection. 23:23 – What did Sursok learn from McEwen as a director on this film that she’ll take on to her own sets as a director? source: COLLIDER.
Jamesand Oliver Phelps (Fred & George Weasley) publish a video podcast with interesting guests every week on YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, and where ever you get your podcasts. Three weeks ago they had Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) as a guest and this week Tom Felton joined their podcast.
As promised – This weeks Double Trouble Podcast we have our old school mate, fellow HP hair dyed club member and good pal Tom Felton . We talk about our time on HP, time on the golf course and a lot of ther stuff. Hope you enjoy it. Who said that Weasleys and Malfoys can’t get along!? OUT NOW source: James Phelps
To cheer everybody up, and encourage everybody to stay home, Tom hosted his first Home Party yesterday. Each week he will be bringing awareness to a different cause, this week being the British Red Cross. He was joined by his co-host Willow the Dog and technical advisor and good friend Derek Pitts for 2 hrs. of music, Harry Potter trivia, fan interaction, and conversations with Jason Isaacs and Tom Fletcher. He discussed his new movie “Braking For Whales“, and sang the highly requested Hermione Song. Check out the action below and stay tuned for the date and time of Tom’s next Home Party!
Retired deatheaters Lucius and Draco Malfoy, aka Jason Isaacs (me) and Tom Felton (the young one), connect across the world to share their fears, hopes and tactics in the #covid19 crisis. Inspired by the BritishRedCross, who want us to keep talking because we’re all in this together. They also need to keep their services going for the most vulnerable and helpless in the country. If you want to help in any way – food, time, money, phone calls – anything – get involved. You’ll be glad you did: https://reserves.redcross.org.uk
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