Celebrating the past, present & future of Britain's most easterly Town.
Due to covid-19 our World Premiere for ‘Life of Lowestoft’ has been cancelled.
The original idea
The original idea to create this documentary was the brainchild of Joshua Freemantle, & was put forward to Phil Aves the Manager of Lowestoft Rising in March 2019.
From then on the project was adopted by Lowestoft Rising made a reality & production started from June 2019!
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We feature licensed British Pathe footage & photos from the Jack Rose Collection.
As well as archive footage and photos contributed by local avid photographers & filmmakers.
Phil Aves – Manager of Lowestoft Rising: “The concept of this Lowestoft Documentary is to capture some of this history and culture of our great Town and contrast that with the new and exciting developments that are now taking place here. Historically we have not captured the past well and we are in danger of not capturing the current changes as they happen. This documentary is being created and directed by Lowestoft 17 year old Joshua Freemantle on our behalf is an attempt to put that right and capture both our past and our present in a series of chapters leading to a full-length documentary film.”
👀 Watch this space, announcement coming soon!
“Life of Lowestoft was an ambitious project right from the very start, but it didn’t fail. There may have been a few setbacks during production but it was still a jam-packed 9 months of filming from June 2019 to March 2020 & then most recently covid-19 canceled our original billed premiere in June 2020.”
“The documentary is all about raising the profile of the town that is often overlooked and highlighting all the good within it, in a way where this documentary can hopefully massively promote the town of Lowestoft.”
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Most Frequently Asked Questions
Life of Lowestoft is a not for profit project being created by ‘Joshua Freemantle Productions’ on behalf of Lowestoft Rising – unlike many other not for profit projects all funds received are being spent on creating and marketing the finished film.
Lowestoft Community Enablers, East Suffolk Communities Team, East Suffolk Council, Marina Theatre – Lowestoft, Making Waves, Kirkley People’s Forum, East Anglia Art Fund, Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust (Lowestoft Scores), East Suffolk Council, Magnus PR, Heritage Open Days – Lowestoft, First Light Festival, CEFAS, The Ness – Lowestoft, Suffolk Wildlife Trust (Carlton Marshes), Peter Byatt, Joshua Freemantle Photography & video services, Robyn Bartlett, TMV FILMS, Lowestoft Sixth Form College, Graphic Solutions, Suffolk Archives, Screen Suffolk.
Yes. The production stages of the documentary completed in March 2020, the documentary is currently in its post-production stages; with the official trailer released in late March and the final documentary is scheduled to be released in late 2020.