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Published on Oct 7, 2010
Film Production students from Bournemouth have produced a stunning short film for The Tank Museum.
The film, which was shot on a budget of just £1,500, aims to show how museums can fire the imagination and bring history to life.
Tobias de Gromoboy (10) from Bournemouth, plays an errant school boy who looses interest in his teacher on a class visit to the Dorset museum and wanders off on his own personal voyage of discovery amongst the tanks and artefacts on display. As he looses himself whilst alone among the exhibits, they come to life and lead him back in time. The film concludes when his teacher, played by Bournemouth based actor Chris Manning finds him and leads him back to the rest of his group.
The film was made by a group of 25 Film Production students over five days in July, and was written and Directed by 22 year old Conrad Milligan and Produced by 22 year old David Tallon.