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Locations for an eager film studies group

 
 
On 27 Feb 2012 at 9:25pm Eager Beaver wrote:
Hey folks, can anyone suggest any dramatic looking filming locations in and around Lewes. We are a small group of Amateur film makers and would really appreciate the help in showing off Lewes in all its finery, Many Thanks. EB.
 
 
On 27 Feb 2012 at 10:20pm Castle Gate wrote:
What did you see when you did a recce? Have you visited Lewes in order to take time to walk around the town to see it for yourself? A proper recce will reward you.

Nearly all of Lewes has its own drama. Could you be more specific in your request? What kind of atmosphere do you wish to create?

Please be aware how very narrow some of the pavements are if you're using a tripod, and think about having a runner or P.A. to guide pedestrians around your camera.
 
 
On 27 Feb 2012 at 11:10pm Southover Queen wrote:
It also depends a bit on what you're planning: is this to be a travelogue, a documentary or a drama? Are you interested in Tom Paine or the history of bonfire or the dangers of flooding (for example)?


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