Susie appears in June’s Vogue talking about her life racing and filming the documentary…
Thank you, glad you enjoyed the documentary.
Your project sounds great. Getting permissions to film inside the teams and circuits can be very difficult. It really depends on what level of motor sport you are interested in filming, for example F1 will be near impossible unless you have a huge budget but club level racing will be much easier. I would build on the relationship you have with your contributor- it sounds like s/he has been involved in motor sport for a while so will be able to put you in contact with the right people. If the team can see the driver trusts you, they in turn will trust you.
Most importantly give yourself plenty of time to get these permissions as it will always take far longer than you think.
All the best with it!
Thank you Pete for watching the doc and your message… really glad you enjoyed it
A lot of people have messaged to ask about the different music tracks we used in the DRIVEN documentary.
Here is the track list in order of appearance:
Tick of the Clock - Chromatics
Radioactivity - Kraftwerk
When I Grow Up - First Aid Kit
Timewarp - Coach House Rhythm Section
Theme for Great Cities - Simple Minds
Shades Of Marble - Trentemøller
Lose Your Soul - Dead Man’s Bone
Paper Aeroplane - DJ Phono
In A Manner Of Speaking - Tuxedomoon
U.F.O. - ESG
1969 - Boards Of Canada
Circles - Apparat
Atmosphere - Joy Division
Another Wave From You - M83
Silent Shout - The Knife
Ash/Black Veil - Apparat
Another Glacier - Peter Broderick
Everybody’s Gotta Live - Love
Thank you, I’m really glad you enjoyed it.
In regards to your question we shot on two cameras:
a Sony PDW-700
And a Canon C300
And for the on board footage we use a Go Pro go pro
All the best,
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Susie Wolff and David Stoddart on The One Show discussing the documentary DRIVEN
Susie talking about the documentary DRIVEN on BBC Breakfast show
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