Lytham film company are currently filming their new feature Super Grannies!
The film’s cast includes residents at the Fairhaven Care Home in Lytham St Annes. They have been spotted all round Lytham shooting their outrageous comedy. If you come upon ninjas in St Annes, worry not, you have probably just walked onto the Super Grannies. set!
Yes, the film promises to be a laugh a minute, and the team behind the film have certainly worked incredibly hard so that you go home crying with laughter.
The film is being directed by Neal Gavyn an actor from St Annes. Gavyn actually provides creative pursuits for the residents of Fairhaven, and apparently it was when two residents asked to do a film that instigated Super Grannies. Gavyn and his Lytham Film Company partner Sophie Heppell, have been the driving force and writing partners behind the whole project.
Lytham Film Company said, ” We not only wanted to make something positive for the residents, but we wanted to show a wider audience that age, illness & disabilities don’t inhibit a person from their inner ‘super-ness’. It’s first and foremost a comedy film, for people to enjoy and laugh at, but we sincerely hope that it will also go someway to highlighting the incredible capacity and ability that people with dementia can have.”
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We will continue to have updates on the films progress,
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