Hunter Gatherer has just completed a six and a half day location shoot for the Heritage Lottery Fund. Travelling 1,700 miles around the UK we captured 71 interviews, and 650GB of HD footage to bring the HLF-funded projects' stories to life. Locations included: SS Great Britain in Bristol; Blaenavon's Forgotten Landscapes in Wales; Myatt's Fields Park in London; The Florrie in Liverpool; the Riverside Museum in Glasgow; the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester; Birmingham Archives; St Paul's Old Ford church in London; the National Waterways Museum in Ellesmere Port; Bo'ness in Scotland; and Abbott's Hall Farm in Essex.
The footage was shot in HD on DSLR cameras by two incredibly talented cinematographers – Dan Parkes and Tony Dean. Post-production has now begun so you should be seeing the results of this marathon shoot very soon.
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