Posted on 16th October 2012 by Nicola Graham
So much enthusiasm and hard work is put into Heritage Open Days by so many. We want to bottle it and keep it as a tribute. What better way to do this than by film?
This summer, we worked with Maureen Hascoet, Graduate Opportunities Manager at Met Film School to find a young film-maker, who could capture the event's spirit of celebration and generosity in action. From their hot-bed of talented graduates, it was Guy Natanel who journeyed to Norwich.
Tripod in hand, he took to the streets, soaking up the sunny Saturday buzz and exploring some of the programme's hidden places. We hope you enjoy this 2.5-minute taste of the popular September event!
Want to know more? Join bloggers Maggie Tan and Nikki Twyning for an amusing behind-the-scenes look into the day's filming in Norwich.
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