Children's film turns clock back in city centre
The centre of Bath has become the backdrop for a new film this week as crews have taken over Bath Street and parts of Stall Street.
Mariah Mundi and the Midas Box, which is due to be released next year, is a children’s feature film set in the 1880s.
Last week crews were filming in and around the Assembly Rooms before moving to Bath Street and Stall Street.
Although Bath Street has been cordoned off to the public while the scenes are shot over the next two days, shoppers can still see some of the live action, complete with horses and carts.
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The film starring Michael Sheen, Keeley Hawkes and Sam Neill is being shot by production company Cinema One and follows the story of Mariah Mundi, a boy whose brother is kidnapped, and the adventures he has trying to rescue him.
The majority of the film has been shot at the studio in Bristol with other locations including London and parts of the west country.
Filming will be taking place in Bath Street, Stall Street and Hot Bath Street today and tomorrow.