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Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Filming crews descend on Bradford to shoot scenes for upcoming docu-drama

Filming crews descend on Bradford to shoot scenes for upcoming docu-drama

Filming crews descend on Bradford to shoot scenes for upcoming docu-drama

FILMING crews descended on Bradford over the weekend to film scenes for an upcoming television programme.
The city's Crown Court and the adjoining car park were a hive of activity as actors and camera crews came and went yesterday.
The team is thought to have been filming for an upcoming BBC docu-drama called the Moorside Project.
The two part series is expected to be airing in the autumn and will tell the story of the disappearance of schoolgirl Shannon Matthews in Dewsbury Moor in 2008.
The series will show the story from the perspective of the members of the community involved in trying to help to find Matthews.
Award-winning actress Sheridan Smith, known for her roles in Cilla and Mrs Biggs, will be playing Julie, the leader of the Moorside residents and tenants' association, who was a prominent figure in the search for the nine-year-old.
She will be joined by Siobhan Finneran, who starred in Happy Valley, set in Calderdale, and Sian Brooke, who recently appeared alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The filming in Bradford over the weekend is believed to be for court scenes to be used in the drama, which has been written by Neil McKay and created by the same team that created Appropriate Adult, a drama which looked at the story of serial killer Fred West.

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