Filming in Woolmer Green: Watch it live
A LIVE web-feed to watch famous faces film in Woolmer Green has launched this morning (Friday). Resident Guy Daniels is bringing to life one of his scripts with the help of some well-known names and around 100 village extras. Love/Loss is a thoughtful a
A LIVE web-feed to watch famous faces film in Woolmer Green has launched this morning (Friday).
Resident Guy Daniels is bringing to life one of his scripts with the help of some well-known names and around 100 village extras.
Love/Loss is a thoughtful and romantic 90-minute film shot in and around Woolmer Green and Knebworth in which a chance meeting reunites childhood sweethearts 60 years on.
BAFTA-winning actors Virginia McKenna, best known for Born Free, and Keith Michell, of The Six Wives of Henry VIII, star alongside Diana Quick, from Brideshead Revisited, Geoffrey Whitehead, whose credits include Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, Patricia Brake who played Fletcher's daughter in Porridge, and Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman.
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Mr Daniels, a documentary-maker, who is former Woolmer Green parish council chairman, is directing the film with wife Gitte producing.
Mrs Daniels said of the impressive cast list: "It's a good script, otherwise they wouldn't be here and we've got an excellent casting director."
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She added: "The local community have been fantastic: private homeowners to the parish council, the local pub closed for the day, everybody's has been great.
"The response has been phenomenal, without them we couldn't have done it.
"People have really been excited, it's really created a buzz.
"Guy is loving it, it's really hard work and we're putting in extraordinary hours.
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