James filmed and interviewed Randolph at the Jazz Cafe in London for this short film showcasing the diverse range of music the artist has been exploring, and his own vision for the future. visit http://www.randolphmatthews.net/
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Originally a deleted scene from 'The Spinners Of Berrynabour' this was turned into a small companion film for the dvd. Filmed by James Futcher and Edited By James Shaddick.
A Pictorial story about a group of Women who Spin Wool in a traditional way, using wool from their won sheep. Set against the backdrop of a village in North Devon. Shot & Edited by James Shaddick & James Futcher. In The Loving Memory of Brenda Shaddick.
Blue Legend and Harmonica Player Johnny Mars talked about a project he set up in schools across the UK, to bring children together and inspire them to create their own music. see http://www.johnnymars.com
Lorraine: houses are in danger because of the settlement of the land. Who worked in the mines to build up their house, now fear the possibility of seeing them fall, because of the mines... bye, A