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12:33pm Tuesday 21st 2014 in News

Film David Pearson, Writer Johnson and actor Jon Cleave at the Electric Picture House on 3521242)

FILMMAKING took stage at Wotton Electric House for a celebration of cinema a Hollywood writer.

Writer of the film Mamma Catherine Johnson visited for a question and answer session and screening on Saturday, January 18.

The romantic comedy was adapted Ms Johnson’s popular West End of the same name and is the highest musical of all time.

The writer the book, musical and hit film up in Wickwar and attended Katharine Berkeley’s School.

She joined a diverse line-up, members of the team behind short film Black Car filmed around the River and screened at the event.

The cinema’s Walshe said the programme had on the process of making films.

Johnson started the process about her background living in the and some stories about he said. “She made laugh quite a lot.

and foremost a playwright, Ms Johnson is a patron of Wotton cinema.

“She’s dropped in and out over the explained Mr Walshe. “She her parents to see Mamma Mia! in the We’re lucky to have

She answered questions about her Mamma Mia! and the ABBA that didn’t make the before being interviewed by Car Home’s writer and director Pearson.

The director then to the stage himself, discussing his and plot ideas with the He is currently putting together to turn his 20-minute film a feature film.

His story follows the unlikely between a feisty Latin illegal immigrant and a forager rough by an English coastal As things are left open-ended the end of the the team is asking people for about what happens

Mr Pearson then interviewed Cleave, the lead actor in Car Home, who gave an interesting into making the film and a time last year the loss of a close friend.

The fourth and final speaker was trainer Lloyd Buck, training animals for films and

In total, £960 was raised ticket sales at Wotton Cinema, which will go replacing the lights in the display of the town’s Heritage Centre.

For and information about films at Electric Picture House, 01453 844401 or visit

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