Filming continues on a coastal Town’s documentary
The landmark documentary which was due to be premiered on June 10, 2020 has gone back into production.
The coronavirus pandemic put a temporary pause on the film, however last month project director Joshua Freemantle got back into full swing filming Waveney MP Peter Aldous at Riverside in Lowestoft.
Mr Freemantle said: "Last month we got back in action to complete some socially distanced filming for our documentary, we interviewed Peter Aldous at Riverside, where we spoke about the long awaited Lake Lothing third crossing, and the recent ‘one in a century’ funding boost that was announced for Lowestoft’s flood defences."
"The final documentary is nearly ready to be released, and the first edit of the final film has been shared around amongst our project supporters & there's a real buzz going around because of the positive impact it's portraying"
It is hoped that the final documentary can be released later this year.
The documentary is a not for profit project, by Lowestoft Rising and has been funded by Making Waves Together, East Suffolk Council, East Anglia Art Fund & Kirkley People's Forum.
The project is being created and directed by local 17 year old filmmaker Joshua Freemantle.