Today Chat Noir has been filming a 1940s style war movie scene as Chester Military Museum. Using real period uniforms and the museums trench exhibition as a set, the scene was filmed in just an hour, before the building was opened to the public.
Excerpts from the scene will be used in a new film celebrating the RE:NEW project, Chester’s new Cultural Centre.
Today the cameras stayed at home, while Chat Noir went on a location scout to Chester Military Museum. As part of the on-going RE:NEW project, a location was needed to film a short 1940s style film. Thankfully, the trench display at the museum proved to be perfect.
Filming is to take place in the next week, so look out for our on-set report.
This morning, Chat Noir Productions were up bright and early. We were filming in Chester even before the early morning joggers had arrived.
Capturing the early morning sun, today's filming was for a sequence in a new film celebrating the RE:NEW project, Chester’s new Cultural Centre.