The world of ‘In Reverie’ was completely built on a stage. Sets were designed and constructed to bring to life the locations the we see on the screen.
Here is a sneak peak into the making of the sets:
Aleksandra Gordon was born and raised in Surrey, England by her Polish mother. She was always drawn to the arts from a very young age, starting from the age of 4 when she couldn’t stop listening to a collection of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music. From this she became very determined, and so, continuously pestered her mother to take her to see ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Cats’. This didn’t happen as quickly as she anticipated but it didn’t stop her from watching what she could on TV, choosing to watch ballets and operas, like ‘La Traviata’ over cartoons. From her love of the theatre, her interest in film evolved, as she discovered that the movies moved her in the same way.
In honour of today being Remembrance Day we wanted to share some haunting old photographs from the Great War (Click here to view all the pictures). So that we may look at them and remember those that lost their lives, just as Stanislaw did.
Picture: REUTERS/ Collection Odette Carrez
Taking a look back at last year which marked 100 years of the start of World War 1.
28th July 1914, World War 1 broke out and lasted until 11th November 1918.
In London last year we saw lots of beautiful commemorations around the city. The most popular one being the field of glass poppies that surrounded the Tower of London. Each poppy symbolised a soldier that lost his life in the war.