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film set

n
(Film) the scenery and props as arranged for shooting a film
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A source at the Oxfordshire film set said: "They've got on like a house on fire, which makes for a great atmosphere during filming.
Two 'squaddies' on the film set, above right PhiliP Gunn
SIA said an investigation was ongoing, adding: "We attended a film set in Glasgow and undertook an inspection to do with ensuring the Private Security Industry Act 2001 is complied with.
Celyn Jones, originally from Holyhead, plays Thomas in the film Set Fire To The Stars opposite Elijah Wood and he will be at Theatr Colwyn January 31.
"I still enjoy acting but I like spending more time at home with our family and that's something you can't always do if you're spending three or four months away on a film set. As a producer, I get to work out of my home, I get to make the kids their breakfast, drive them to school, and be there for dinner," the actor detailed.
Based on a true story, the film set in Alaska in 1925 will star Kurt Russell, Hilary Swank and Brian Presley.
Project Pinewood, which has been rejected by an inspector from the Department for Communities and Local Government, would have seen the creation of a purpose-built film set with 1,400 permanent homes inside the streetscape buildings.
Desert Star will develop a Motion Picture Resort with various tourism attractions including film set tours at each of the 10 motion picture destinations in Namibia.
Barn owls, such as this one pictured on a film set, are being lured to Vyrnwy Staff at the RSPB and the Criggion Estate advised on the best locations - near rough grassland, so the owls can target voles, their favourite prey.
A FIREFIGHTER has spoken of the "film set" rescue involving a man and his dog in Netherton.
Looked suited to front-running at Newbury, but has competition for the lead here and has to give weight all round Conclusion Film Set showed a good attitude at Newbury and has more scope than these.