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Want to help with religious film?
7:40am Sunday 1st September 2013 in News
A TEAM of religious film-makers are looking to shoot and produce a movie around Chelmsford about God.
The filming schedule is set over six Monday evenings between September 16 to October 21 with people talking about their passions.
The production, currently entitled The God Movie Project, is being led by a group of 12 Christians including Chelmsford Cathedral’s canon theologian Edward Carter.
It will premiere at the cathedral’s Chapter House on November 9 and before shooting begins people aged 18 and over are being sought to participate in the film to talk about their interests.
Rev Carter said: “So much of life is seen on-screen today, and it’s getting easier and easier to make your own movie.
“I had this idea it would be fun to get a small group together, to share their hobbies and passions and to talk about what makes life good, then turn it into a movie.
“Not any old movie, but a movie that dug down into what life is really like, a movie that includes God, and how God is part of life.
“We will be using the skills of the group members to make the movie and to host the premiere party.”
Non-Christians are also being sought to take part.
For more information, call Rev Carter on 01245 294486 or email email@example.com
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