It’s a wrap!

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It’s a wrap! It’s official, now we have filmed the last few scenes and captured the final few shots that we need to complete All That Remains – the filming phase has finally come to an end!

What was going to be one final day of filming, actually turned out to be two. The first day was our final day with both supporting and main cast members.

This day was about filming the pick up shots.

The highlight of the first day was actress Michelle Lam performing a powerful rendition of the hymn Nearer My God to Thee for part of a sequence that will play out during the A-bomb aftermath scene.

Actress Michelle Lam plays a school teacher who finds comfort in the words of a hymn during the aftermath scene.

Actress Michelle Lam plays a school teacher who finds comfort in the words of a hymn during the aftermath scene.

Hearing their teacher sing, her pupils join in.

Hearing their teacher sing, her pupils join in.

The second day was working with more supporting cast, and stepping up to the mark for this were pupils from Malvern St. James. Accompanied by their music teacher, Liz Prophet (who was a great help on the day too) the girls performed another rendition of Nearer My God to Thee as part of the same sequence mentioned above.

After recording audio of the girls singing, they were put into make-up and costume and then filmed for the sequence.

One pupil who didn’t get to appear in front of the camera (but gave an incredible vocal performance), was Lilian Price, however, she proved to be a great help behind the scenes too!

Once again, we were also joined on set by students of South and City College Birmingham, with  Sadia Anwar and Shakia Bibi, who have been with us since we started filming, on hair and make-up for both days. As you can see from the above pics, they did a fantastic job!

Below are some behind the scenes photos from our last two days of shooting. A huge thank  you to Ron and Sandra Smith of the Trinity Centre, Lickey Hills, Mavlern St. James school, Monica Price, and all our talented cast and crew – we couldn’t have done it with out you.

We’ll be posting the second trailer on the “Production Hub” very soon – keep an eye on our Facebook page for more details!

Leo Ashizawa and Junichi Kajioka filming pick up shots on our final shoot with main cast.

Leo Ashizawa and Junichi Kajioka filming pick up shots on our final shoot with main cast. Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

Ian and Dominic discuss a scene with Leo and Junichi.

Ian and Dominic discuss a scene with Leo and Junichi.  Photo Credit: Chris Wilmore

Michelle Lam gets ready to film her scene.

Michelle Lam gets ready to film her scene.

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Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

Junichi getting into character. Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

Junichi getting into character. Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

We were joined by little cast members too. Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

We were joined by little cast members too. Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

As the day came to an end, the little cast members had other plans... Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

As the day came to an end, the little cast members had other plans… Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

... As assistant camera operator, Dan soon finds out! Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

… As assistant camera operator, Dan soon finds out! Photo credit: Chris Wilmore

Pupils of Malvern St James school recording audio. Photo credit: Dan Woodward

Pupils of Malvern St James school recording audio. Photo credit: Dan Woodward

The pupils in make-up, ready for their scene. Photo credit: Dan Woodward

The pupils in make-up, ready for their scene. Photo credit: Dan Woodward

The pupils of Malvern St. James with their singing coach, Liz Prophet.

The pupils of Malvern St. James with their singing coach, Liz Prophet.

Lilian, a fellow pupil of Malvern St. James proved to be a great help behind the scenes! Photo credit: Dan Woodward

Lilian, a fellow pupil of Malvern St. James proved to be a great help behind the scenes! Photo credit: Dan Woodward

Shakia Bibi and Sadia Anwar and of South and City College Birmingham were our make-up artists for the last two days of shooting. Photo credit: Dan Woodward

Shakia Bibi and Sadia Anwar of South and City College Birmingham have proved to be an asset to our make-up and hair team since we started filming. Photo credit: Dan Woodward

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