The shoot has continued over the past few months and as I looked back over it, it struck me just what a varied journey this has been. Since the ‘Robin of Sherwood’ convention at the start of May we have done the following: Shot guerrilla style at a Faerie Festival, filmed Paleolithic hunters underground in caves, headed to a country house and shot a Napoleonic sequence with the 95th Rifles, filmed a quiet, intense WW1 scene in a reconstructed dug-out at a National Trust Fort; shot early Medieval scenes in and around Michelham Priory, filmed a small 2-hander set in Ceridwen’s Hall at a local studio theatre, been back to the white space at Tower Bridge Studios to film our storyteller and made a return to Pippingford Park to film the Lady of the Lake. Each shoot was totally different but equally exciting for us. All this should hopefully add up to make the finished film something very special. It has certainly been that to us on location. We have just a small handful of shoots to go and then begins the long process of post production. Thanks for following!
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