What it's like to shoot a movie in SF during a pandemic
Here's what it was like on set for one of the first movies to film in SF since lockdown. Oct. 13, 2020Updated: Oct. 13, 2020 4 a.m. On the strip mall sidewalk outside of Extreme Pizza, a plate of wings starts to go cold as the 12-person crew of “Adam and Eve” clean their equipment with sanitizer wipes. The cinematographer wrestles to repair his camera after an intoxicated cyclist crashed into him on the previous day shooting under the shadow of the Painted Ladies. Actors Cherish Holland and Brian Hooks hide behind masks waiting for their scene, trying to keep a social distance. Meanwhile, the pizza ovens are still on, with Friday night delivery orders coming in fast.