Brixton awash with media luvvies as film crews invade

Brixton awash with media luvvies as film crews invade

Sales of triple frappuccinos were reportedly going through the roof today as a vast swarm of meedja luvvies invaded Brixton, with no less than two film crews in attendance.

Brixton awash with media luvvies as film crews invade

The first crew were busy filming an advert for the Halifax Building Society in Brixton Village, while a second crew have set up less than 200m away on Coldharbour Lane.

Brixton awash with media luvvies as film crews invade

I’m not sure what it is they’re filming, but they’ve sealed off George’s Hairdressers and are currently trying to do some filming with some shouty local providing a (perhaps unwanted) soundtrack.

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2 Comments on “Brixton awash with media luvvies as film crews invade”

  1. Why have you got a chip on your shoulder about people working in telly ? You sound like some tabloid paper mouthing off about immigrants only it’s people who work in media. Like inverted snobbery, perhaps a bit too holier than thou ? ? Do you never watch telly ? I guess you think it sounds amusing to slag a working group off, hmm. Oh my goodness, they are working on a commercial, for Halifax BS, the slags, the worthless sheets.
    Come on grow up, I know you have to create a banner headline but it’s a bit transparently knee jerky that you are some sort of socialist philistine against freelancers working in the media.
    I do love what you do generally but I think freelancers can work in Brixton without dreadlock whitey throwing stones at their greenhouse . . . . .

  2. When you’ve finished ranting, could you point me in the direction of any comments where I’ve “slagged off people working in telly” or even suggested that I thought that anyone in the business were “slags” or “worthless sheets,” please?

    Thanks!

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