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Projecting the Past – putting the men on the Mary Rose

‘War and Peace – life onboard the Mary Rose’, featuring full-sized projections of the crew, allows visitors to see what life was like on board a busy Tudor warship. But how were these films created?

A team from the University of Portsmouth, studying BSc Television and Broadcasting, has produced a documentary featuring the people behind the filming, as well as some of the actors involved.

Have you seen the finished projections? What did you think of them?

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