Saturday, March 29, 2008

Bookshop - the Video

Simon;

if you didn't make it to the shop for the opening or live miles away, here's your chance to watch 'the making of the bookshop' video.


This is now avaiable on Youtube, and many thanks to Martin Deutsch for the brilliant editing of this.

(Mum, left click on the triangle thing in the middle of the picture, and you'll be able to watch the video)

13 comments:

Vanessa said...

It's lovely and much bigger than I expected. I can't wait to come and admire it in a couple of weeks.

Steerforth said...

What a brilliant video! It looks like you had a really good time and the end result is amazing (and much bigger than I expected). Would it be cheeky to ask what your rent is?

Good luck. The future is green.

Anonymous said...

Bravo! Bravo!

This film speaks to me of multiple Oscars: best film, best director, best actor and best supporting actor (you decide who gets which),
best design, best original music (Fanfare for a Wood Green Bookshop), best cinematography, best foreign language film, best costume designer (Maisie Mouse of course), best screenplay, best best boy, best rigger, best assistant rigger, Best Western, George Best.

G d L

Akasha Savage said...

Good video. Hoping to come up and see the shop for real in the not too distant future.

:)

Sarah-Lucy said...

I know this has been said but....it's much bigger than I thought it was! Looks a great shop. Great video - looks like lots of fun was had by all pre opening and on the day itself. Will come and visit when my broken leg heals.

MarkFarley said...

Wow, there's footage from every day I was there...

Loving The Go! Team btw

Lauren said...

I love a good montage!!

mendozy said...

Aww, I had a lump in my throat watching that. Great to hear your voices! I'll be over to visit next time I'm in London (based in Dublin).

xx

June said...

Love the video guys and what a brilliant job you all did ! Will definately have to come and visit soon.

Simon Key said...

vanessa, will be great to meet you, steerforth £14k, G de L, I want to thank my family, my dog and the good lord above for making it all possible, all you people who are coming to visit soon the kettle's on. Mark, your a magnet for the camera, and the go-team are very appropriate aren't they.

J D'L said...

That's absolutely superb, gentlemen. I grinned with vicarious pride all the way through! Next time I'm in London I'll be back to see it for real.

All the best,

Joseph

Akasha Savage said...

I would just like to add: that whenever I visit your blog I can't get out off it again! I have to actually quit right of the internet and then log back in again!!
Is this what happens to the visitors of TBGB: The doors slam shut and lock behind them until they've bought something?
;D

Lindsay said...

It looks amazing, the perfect local bookstore. Really hoping we will make it over your way soon, chicken pox, coughs and colds not withstanding! All the best Lindsay