The making of the film was announced on BBC Oxford News
A forthcoming feature film is set in a scenic Oxfordshire village.
More than 300 people from Kingston Bagpuize are involved in the making of The Husband of Obedience.
The production started in June with local sponsors and villagers coming together to make the dream a reality.
Members of the community provided everything from props and spare vehicles, to catering, appearing as extras and even offering spare rooms to visiting crew members.
At one point the famous Red Arrows made a fly pass over Kingston Bagpuize house, a scene that required careful coordination by the filmmakers.
Once The Husband of Obedience is sold and distributed KBS Films intend to put a share of the profits back into the village and its community.
The film is directed by Guy Browning. It follows the story of Tom, gardener at the house, who falls in love with a Polish au pair whilst his friend Harry aims to get the Red Arrows to appear at the village fair.
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