Making The Festival - secret film

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Ever wondered how The Audlem Festival team put on such a remarkable event?

Well, here's a first ever chance to see some of the secret work behind the scenes as the team works like clockwork to put on one of the best free Festivals in the land.

We think the questions are being posed by Alan Partridge OBE (Honour Removed) but then again, that may just be wishful thinking.

The film was, remarkably, all shot on an iPhone* by a member of the Festival committee, a position that gave him unrestricted access to Festival zones and celebrities most film makers can only dream of.

Our apologies in advance to all those — indeed most of you — who didn't want to be filmed in such compromising situations and positions. 

*If Apple are reading this generous but verifiable product endorsement, Festivals like this don't come cheap. Any sponsorship monies you wish to send should be forwarded to editor@audlem.org and it will be passed on (minus a suitably large handling fee) to the Festival committee.

 

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