Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Fenner Paper stars in the movies!

Well I guess it was inevitable that the qualities of Fenner Papers would one day be recognised by the film making industry and on Friday our paper was released onto the Big Screen.

Yes, sheets of our very own Redeem 100% Recycled star in Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang, written by and starring Emma Thompson. If you hadn't guessed, it's the big kids film for the Easter holidays!
We were contacted by the design and production person working on the film at Shepperton Studios about a paper that looked old and the sort of colour that paper might have looked like back in the 1940's. 

Now I'm not sure whether the paper is actually seen in the film or whether the scene was edited and has ended  up on the cutting room floor but here at Fenner Paper Towers, we are hoping it is in and hoping for a "Best inanimate object" Oscar nomination - Hollywood here we come!
Posted by Justin Hobson


  1. My kids went to see the film yesterday and were told to look out for the starring role of the paper! Apparently it appeared most likely as "The Contract". The "method acting" that we teach in the paper warehouse really worked. The Redeem 100% Recycled really BELIEVED it was a contract. I hope the Oscar nomination comittee feel the same way.

  2. Is that Chris Fenner driving the bike??


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