Construction of Edwardian house set begins

Construction of an Edwardian house for use in a film by Arts University Bournemouth has begun.

Construction of an Edwardian house has begun for use in a film commemorating 100 years since the beginning of the First World War.

The set is to be used for the short film “Wait for me,” in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum, which will mark the centenary of the war.

The scale replica of the house is being constructed in their studio in Poole as part of a final year project.

Students have also created a 70 foot long trench for use in the production.

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