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Students use storage units to shoot film




Students from King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds were able to use facilities from a self-storage company for their final film-studies projects.

Daniel Bellamy, 17, who lives in Bury, was one of the students who visited Homestore to shoot his five-minute long film.

Daniel’s film follows the protagonist – a man who wakes up delusional and falls in love with a traffic cone.

Hana Sculpher, assistant manager at Homestore, student Daniel Bellamy, who shot the film on his iPhone, and Liza Ollett, subject leader for film studies at King Edward VI School. Picture by Mecha Morton.
Hana Sculpher, assistant manager at Homestore, student Daniel Bellamy, who shot the film on his iPhone, and Liza Ollett, subject leader for film studies at King Edward VI School. Picture by Mecha Morton.

“A lot of the films I really like follow the character’s journey and this structure, like The Shining, follows Jack’s journey.”

Hana Sculpher, assistant manager of Homestore, said: “We like to connect with the local community. We believe in helping students to further their education.”



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