Hi, I am lighting a few scenes in a barber shop - because of the style of the production we are not using any light stands and keeping everything on the ceiling. Unfortunately the ceiling is not the traditional drop down style and we can't use scissor clips. Below is a picture of the space.
What I would like to do is Rig a total of 4 x 4ft bulbs in the space circled in red either hanging down from the ceiling or mounted against the wall ( 2 rows of 2 bulbs over 8ft) - we are going to be controlling the overhead lights as well so don't mind any of that - the idea is to create a source that is giving the same direction as the practical lights above the mirrors.
I'd like to avoid taping the bulbs and find a more reliable way to rig them as they will be staying up there for about 6hrs and I can't risk them falling or needing to be fixed. I also of course would like to do minimal/no damage to the walls or ceiling.
One thought was I could screw in some eye hook style pieces to the ceiling and maybe tie off the kino harness to them - I'm no key grip though so curious what other ideas there might be.