A Bexley teenager enjoyed the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grill two film stars about the making of their biblical blockbuster Noah.
Lily Donnelly, of Camden Road, won the chance to quiz the actors through being involved in the talent development programme at her old school Townley Grammar School in Bexleyheath, organised in conjunction with charity Into Film.
The 18-year-old spoke to Douglas Booth and Logan Lerman about the blockbuster which stars Russell Crowe.
She said: "I had a notepad out and I was kind of jotting down things that came to mind.
"I read two different articles in Empire magazine about the film so I got to know the context of the filmmaking process.
"I met Jennifer Connolly first who I was really excited about.
"Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth were next and obviously they’re teen heartthrobs so that was one element I enjoyed."
Into Film with is an education charity which aims to put film at the heart of all children’s and young people’s education.
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