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There's No Place like home

A new North-East feature film which has taken three years to make, premieres at a private screening at the Tyneside Cinema on Sunday.

A new North-East feature film which has taken three years to make, premieres at a private screening at the Tyneside Cinema on Sunday.

No Place is set in the village of Eglingham near Alnwick, and filming also took place in Rowlands Gill, Barrasford and Newcastle.

It features a photographer attempting to deal with the emotional fall-out of working in Bosnia during the 1992-1995 Balkans war.

The character moves to Northumberland where he finds it impossible to escape conflict.

Cast and crew were all from the North-East and the film has been shot using High Definition (HD) digital technology.

No Place features Colin Sharp in the lead role alongside Rob Turnbull, who has appeared in The Bill, EastEnders and 55 Degrees North. Broadcaster Kathy Secker has a cameo role. No Place was filmed on a budget of £400,000 by Tyneside-based 24:25 Films, co-produced by Steve O'Brien and Clive Frayne.

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