More Details About Godric’s Hollow Scenes Filmed in “Ethereal” Lavenham

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Mar 26, 2010

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The Suffolk Free Press has a few more details on the filming that took place on the 29th of January in the mediæval village of Lavenham, Suffolk. No members of the cast were present for the scenes shot in the village in January, but the paper reports, “Harry Potter and Hermione Granger will be added through computer wizardry.” Jane Gosling, the manager of Lavenham Guildhall, commented on further digital adjustments such as editing out modern houses. The Guildhall itself (which is a National Trust building), says Gosling, was used as the house of Lily and James Potter. The article cites Lavenham’s “”ethereal” quality” as the reason why location managers chose the village “as the basis for Godric’s Hollow.”





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