Jerry Bryce-Smith, the craftsman responsible for the beautiful wooden furniture in the newly renovated Bishop's Castle Town Hall, talks about how the huge carved wooden desk was created. (run time: 4 mins 21 secs) Generously supported by The Heritage Lottery Fund, Bishop's Castle Town Council, Leader, The Pilgrim Trust and Shropshire Council.+ More details
A fascinating programme which details the renovation work on the Town Hall over a 16 month period. The film is an 'access all areas' documentary that charts the journey, from internal demolition to the grand opening of this historic building, renewed for the 21st Century. Generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Bishop's Castle Town Council, Pilgrim Trust, Leader and Shropshire Council. (Runtime: 32 mins)+ More details
"The Water Bearer"Trailer Director: Kim Noce Illustrations Kim Noce & Shaun Clark Producer Shaun Clark Company: Mew Lab Trailer Duration: 00:00:55 Synopsis: "Young Mr Stone meets engineer Mr Latham and together they come up with a marvelous plan to bring water to everyone's home in the Itchen valley which still exists to this day" www.thewaterbearer.mewlab.com A commissioned short film for the Twyford Waterworks Trust Museum, Directed and animated by Kim Noce Direction & Animation by www.kimnoce.com Produced by www.mewlab.com Heritage Learning Consultant by Natalie Chambers at www.learningmatters2u.co.uk Funded by Twyford Waterworks Trust , The National Lottery Fund , Heritage Lottery Fund & Southern Water 3 min 10 sec/Colour /Stereo/HD 19:9 FHA 2D Drawn Charcoal Animation and After Effects Festivals Official Selection 2014 CAKE, Ormskirk, UK 2014 Voices from the Waters International Traveling Film Festival, Bangalore India 2014 FARCUME: Festival de Curtas-Metragens de Faro, Faro, Portugal, 2014 San Diego International Kids Film Festival, San Diego, USA 2014 GUIKFF Seoul Guro International Kids’ Film Festival, Seoul, Korea 2014 6th CMS International Children’s Film Festival -2014, Lucknow, India 2014 5th edition of VAFI, Varaždin, Croatia+ More details
A film, made in 2008, celebrating the 50 years since the arrival of Steel Pan to Britain. This film features to longest running Steel Pan group in Britain with the arrival of a small group of immigrants from Barbados to Bath in 1948. Since then with new generations we see how Steel Pan in Britain may be changing. Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Bath City Council+ More details
The final episode in our heritage lottery funded project, "Not Lost The Plot" - The Story of Queens Road Allotments. This episode was challenging as I had hoped for a colourful autumnal end to the year and instead it stayed mild and uneventful until the leaves eventually fell from the trees from boredom without actually changing colour. Also, everyone had cleared off and only by using ninja stealth and vast amounts of patience was I able to obtain a few interviews from the people i bumped into. The project is now complete and I have really enjoyed working on it. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed to the film and I hope it gives a true account of our allotment site 2013. You can watch the final compilation of all the episodes here… https://vimeo.com/76801919 You can visit the Queens Road Allotments website and download a booklet made by my good friend Ted, which was also created especially for the project here… http://queensroadallotments.wordpress.com And you can watch all the separate episodes from the whole year here on my vimeo channel… https://vimeo.com/channels/queensroadallotments The film was shot on a canon 7d. Music is my own composition and recording.+ More details
www.lambdafilms.co.uk Lambda Films spent the day at the beautiful Ickworth House in near Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk to cover UEA's Ideas Bank event for their Community Heritage Project initiative. Community groups came together to present their Heritage projects aided by the Heritage Lottery Fund grant and reflected upon the trials, tribulations and achievements of their projects. The event initiated a great amount of thanks and appreciation to the UEA for hosting the initiative and providing help along the way. It was a pleasure to cover the day's events, with such a lovely atmosphere and surroundings. Lambda enjoyed the free fancy lunch too.+ More details
This film accompanies an exhibition about two large Somerset institutions for people with learning and communication disabilities, and the people who lived and worked in them. The project which led to the exhibition (and this film) aimed to uncover a hidden aspect of local history and to make people aware of the changes in the lives of people with learning disabilities from the last century to this. Such institutions played an important role in the local economy, but the stories of those who went through the doors have never been explored or shared.+ More details
Students from Falkirk Council on the National Progression Activity Tourism Award at SRUC Oatridge talk to the Rural Connect Project about their course; how they heard about it, what they like and where they hope to move onto.+ More details
Rural Connect asked Scott McCombie, Senior Ranger/Property Manager at National Trust for Scotland Glencoe about his career as a Ranger.+ More details
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