Classroom transformed into a wartime set for tank film
FILMING for a short war-time film was completed in a primary school classroom near Sleaford last week.
The 25-minute film called Fray Bentos was filmed partly at the director's home in Sleaford and was then completed at a set created in a classroom at Osbournby Primary School last Wednesday.
The team behind it, Tin Hat Productions, which consists of four members including father and son Andy and Callum Burn, have created the film about a tank, Fray Bentos, and its crew during the Battle of Passchendaele in 1917.
Andy said: "We are so pleased with how well it's gone. We've been creating the set since the end of July and we completed filming last week.
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"There's now a lot of tidying up to do before the children go back to school and need their classroom."
The makeshift tank was set up in the middle of one of the large classrooms and filming took place inside the tank for the internal scenes.
Around 22 people were on set including actors who had come from different parts of the country to be part of it.
The action scenes were filmed last month at the family home using miniature models of the tank.
Now that filming is complete it will be sent off to be edited and the final version should be ready around Christmas time.