The Norwich Remapped film was directed, shot and edited by Elliott Johnson, and produced in collaboration with the East Anglian Psychogeographical Quango. It features walking interviews with Louis Coates, Meg Watts, Barnaby Hill and Jon Fennell. Tom Cox narrates with a segment from his piece 'Notes From A New (Old) City'. Tom Carver narrates with an excerpt from a scrap of paper framed on a wall. Elliott narrates also. Stephen Jarvis narrates over his own photographs of the chalk mines beneath the city.
Drone footage was shot by Moyses Gomes. The film also features clips and excerpts from Meg Watts' short documentary 'Nature's Lungs'; Deniz Berberoglu's short documentary 'Life In A Fine City', shot by Finlay Hanlon; and Dominyka Skinder's short film 'No. 938', shot by Lewis Adams. Excerpts also from Lawrence Gordon Clark's 1971 film 'The Stalls of Barchester', shot by John McGlashan, and Al Stokes' 1985 documentary 'Street of Experience'. Chalk mine photography and maps courtesy of Stephen Jarvis. Archive photographs by George Plunkett, courtesy of Jonathan Plunkett. Additional archive photography courtesy of Benjamin Craske at Archant.
The music was conjured up by Cutout Joconde, with the exception of 'Norwich City Calypso' by The Chick Applin Sound. The full original score, Film Music: Notes from Tombland, will be released along with the film.