'Behind The Scenes' Clip from the set of Devil's Gold.
Discover more with these behind the scenes clips and uncover how 'Devil's Gold' was made.
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So here are a few things you might want to know before you start watching Devil's Gold. Firstly it's a mystery show so keep your eyes open for secrets to the shows origins and hidden Easter eggs that will give you hints towards revealing the secret to Devil's Gold.
The show is a genre defining adventure horror Starring Jonathan Curd, Reece Andrews, Dean Michael Gregory, Olivia Charlotte Cole & Harry Lodge.
Jonathan Curd Plays our protagonist British army captain John Marston.
While posted in Poland John and his unit embark on a mysterious secret covert mission just days after Hitler is declared dead.
All the while a mysterious storyteller, Reece Andrews, weaves a deceptively constructive tale of terror and prosperity. Featuring an ensemble cast, fast action, unsettling horrors and good old fashioned creepy storytelling that is guaranteed to leave you craving for more.
If you have a busy lifestyle or Box set commitment issues like i do then this could be the show for you with each episode having a running time of between 6-8 minutes .
Here is a Brand NEW adventure horror show which is all Story and no filler and delivers a slick, fast paced adventure bursting with action and foreboding horror with immersive tension accompanied by a classic storytelling narrative.
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Thursday’s #montessorimoment . .
Math and Meaningful friendships. .
2 things I love about Montessori:
1. learning abstract things (like math) is done with tactile objects. Math can best be understood by being held.
2. I love the team work. In a world where every job requires the ability to be a good teammate, doesn’t it only make sense that we allow our children to learn this concept early on?!....plus, it also cultivates meaningful relationships and friendships. .
How does Montessori Math differ?
Montessori recognizes the importance of memorizing basic facts. While when we were young we may have used flashcards to drill these facts into our heads, the Montessori approach begins by showing children WHY we manipulate numbers in different ways. Young children appreciate the repetitive nature of the materials, which gives them plenty of opportunities to practice (and memorize!) these facts. .
Montessori math uses the golden bead material; first to build numbers into the thousands. For example a single golden bead represents 1, a group of 10 beads are strung together in a straight line for 10, and 100 beads are affixed into a flat square. The thousand cube is as large as 1,000 of the original single ‘1’ bead. Once a child is able to build a visual representation of a number, the beads are used to teach basic operations. Young children are able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers into the thousands using this material.
BFF supermodel duo 👯♀️@Kendalljenner and @gigihadid pose backstage at the Fendi Spring 2020 runway show in relaxed styles with a fun flair💥🕶
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For those of you who have had the pleasure of meeting Fil, or 'Aunty Fil' as she is lovingly called, celebrates 46 years working with us today. Fil started with us in Reception, when the Hotel opened way back when in 1973.
This is my third attempt at finding the pattern in the grid. Accuracy, patience and discipline have decided to give me a very tough time. Most of the design is covered in white ink.
After spending even just an hour on construction when lines don’t meet, do not seem parallel I have often given up. Rest of the day following with constant mid-work breaks and recurring irritation.
🎥 One-Take Shot with cameraman Adi Visser @trinitysouthafrica
🎬 With @danmacpherson@warrenbrown1 and @alinsumarwata
🔃 Here in Croatia, deep into filming for Strike Back 8. Here’s a little look at the kind of stuff we get up to at work. @warrenbrown1 & @alinsumarwata have already posted this behind the scenes video of a sequence from last year in Malaysia called The Gauntlet.
The video shows a birds eye view of the final section of the sequence, all being captured by our fearless cameraman Adi.
One shot sequences are a dynamic dance between actors & camera, but in true Strike Back style we throw in live weapons, flaming cars, angry bad guys and heaving explosions.
In a scene like this I always try and enter and exit a frame with a dynamic energy, so after seeing @trinitysouthafrica camera move, I threw out the idea of throwing that AK mag towards the camera, and I can cross in and take it on the fly. Worked a treat. Alin and Warren worked the same for the AK, and the sequence really began to pop.
In the original clip can see me waiting behind Adi to move into position behind the car - I didn’t want to be found there static but have the energy of just having landed ( I was a bit early!) - soon after that, the AK jammed, I tried to clear it in shot but after another click I knew now was not the time to waste time clearing it, and transitioned to pistol, like a real world situation. I had the pistol - pretty sure we were using @glockinc, modified to fire blank rounds - hot and ready and went through 2 mags full during the take, having previously used the AK up until the final explosion.
You can see Warren clearing a pistol jam in the midst of the chaos, and all the while knowing we are meters away from an armed explosion ready to fire. so timing, communication and rehearsals are absolutely critical.
🎞 Big shout out to director Bill Eagles, Military advisor Paul Biddiss, Paul Shapcott & the Stunt dept, and our dear friends in Malaysia who made Season 7 so damn awesome.
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