Location in film is vital. You can have a fantastic script, a flawless cast, great music and more but if you’re shooting a World War One drama, for example, in a place that doesn’t fit or isn’t convincing these things will be seriously undermined. The idea of using a church came around when a member of my group, Joel, revealed he had excess to such a building.
Although Joel’s church was great, due to where those involved lived, we decided to try St. Mary’s Church in Horncastle. Using their website I got the right contact information to ask them if they were interested.Although they seemed happy to help Rev. Jon Wright was concerned about the story/plotline, which I understood. I replied with this email below.