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2 months 2 weeks ago #708810 by JaneK
LOL I try

How has your weekend been bad kitty? 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708819 by Hassner
Lucky to work Friday, Saturday. 
I searched for a Polish farmhouse. 
Today we did our spiritual upliftment via Zoom, great lunch, then short visit to the parents.
I could only see a fast glimpse of my mom. Dropped some take-away food for her.
She’s in lockdown in a retirement home.

You?


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708825 by JaneK
Lets see, well I had a Zoom 'girls night out'.  Which surprisingly a lot of fun.  OMG we were on that Zoom call for nearly 3 hours and I drank nearly half bottle of wine.  That was Friday night.  Yesterday, I cleaned my place, bought a home gym, which get's delivered Wednesday.  Hmmmm, oh went out and walked around town.  As for today, reLAXED!  LOL I caught up on some shows, and watched Cast Away (love that movie). 

Now on the Polish house, was it occupied?  When its occupied, you have to get permission from the people who live there? Does the company pay you for gas and vehicle maintenance?   


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708847 by Sawyer
BBQ'd yesterday, dang close to my best grilled chicken!  

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2 months 2 weeks ago #708850 by Andreau White
I just got back from a mountain hike. 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708932 by Hassner
Sawyer, BBQ’ed chicken is all about the spices?

Pinkie, I have that much wine when I go out for a meal. 
Polish farmhouse: I go to a region where there there are hills, no mountains, lots of wooden houses in a European style. I ask around, found the owner of the company Rustic Homes. I showed him the reference shots and he could send me to some of his home creations. Owners get a daily fee. 
I get paid per day, car per day, petrol slips... 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708936 by Pat White
Hmmm BBQ chicken sounds SOOOO good guys!  


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708940 by JaneK

Hassner wrote: Sawyer, BBQ’ed chicken is all about the spices?

Pinkie, I have that much wine when I go out for a meal. 
Polish farmhouse: I go to a region where there there are hills, no mountains, lots of wooden houses in a European style. I ask around, found the owner of the company Rustic Homes. I showed him the reference shots and he could send me to some of his home creations. Owners get a daily fee. 
I get paid per day, car per day, petrol slips... 



Does your company generally use each location for a day or does it generally run longer?  


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2 months 2 weeks ago #708949 by Don Hatch
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2 months 2 weeks ago #709032 by Hassner
Pinky said: "Does your company generally use each location for a day or does it generally run longer?"

Pinkie, it depends on the story.
I mostly work on tv commercials. 
They would use the Polish farmhouse for two days.
Some locations are rented per hour. 
One day for preparations, one to shoot.
A movie might use a location for weeks, a tv series for months. 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #709040 by JaneK

Hassner wrote: Pinky said: "Does your company generally use each location for a day or does it generally run longer?"

Pinkie, it depends on the story.
I mostly work on tv commercials. 
They would use the Polish farmhouse for two days.
Some locations are rented per hour. 
One day for preparations, one to shoot.
A movie might use a location for weeks, a tv series for months. 


Have they needed to use someones house for weeks months?  How does that work with the people that live there?  Do they become extras in the movie or TV show? :silly:


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2 months 2 weeks ago #709064 by Hassner
No, they might rent them a place for them, they might go live in a hotel... 
It is negotiated. 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #709065 by JaneK

Hassner wrote: No, they might rent them a place for them, they might go live in a hotel... 
It is negotiated. 


Do people actually rent out their homes for people to use for XX number of days?  


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2 months 2 weeks ago #709081 by Hassner
AirB&B rents out houses per day. 


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2 months 2 weeks ago #709098 by Tim Chiang
You're in SA right?  Are there many AirB&B over there?


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