Originally posted on British Museum blog:
Sian Toogood, Broadcast Manager, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, British Museum
In the century or so since the birth of film, the British Museum has had many cameras within its galleries, labs and libraries. For the most part they have been filming documentaries, unravelling mysteries of the Museum’s collection, but every once in a while the Museum gets to participate in the organised chaos that is feature film production. In the past we have had Hitchcock in the Egyptian Sculpture Gallery, Merchant Ivory in the Assyrian Galleries and Phaedra in the Parthenon Galleries; we can now add Fox to this pantheon, with their third installment of the hugely popular Night at the Museum series: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.
I was extremely pleased when I was approached by Fox, not because it was a fantastic opportunity to get more people interested in…
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