Thursday, 20 September 2012

Chagford Film Festival - a reminder from the Chagford Filmmaking Group committee . . .

Extraordinary film making - involving the whole community
'The Laidley Worm of Spindleston Heugh'
this year's Fairytale Film by Chagford Filmmaking Group
Directed by Elizabeth-Jane Baldry and starring Maxine Fone
See it free on Wednesday 26th September
followed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst's 'Diary of a Lost Girl'
with live harp accompaniment by Elizabeth-Jane Baldry!

Hello fairy friends all

Next week there is an extraordinary and imaginatively programmed film festival taking place in Chagford. And it includes two screenings of Chagford Filmmaking Group films:

- There will be a FREE screening of our Northumbrian fairytale - 'The Laidley Worm of Spindleston Heugh' - on Wednesday 26th September at 6.00pm.

- On Thursday and Friday evenings there will be a unique outdoor projection of images from our forthcoming feature film, 'The Ballad of Mary Whyddon'. The outdoor projection is a specially commissioned eight minute film. It will be projected onto the Three Crowns Pub (Mary's home)
and also onto Chagford Church where poor Mary died on her wedding day.

Those of you who are filmmakers will also be interested in some eye-poppingly fab opportunites to learn from the highest level industry pros.

There are lots of goodies to discover on the festival website -

For silent film fans, there's a screening of the 1929 classic, 'Diary of a Lost Girl' with live harp accompaniment.

I hope so much that some of you can be there to share the festive spirit.

Love to all our friends and supporters from Elizabeth-Jane and the fairies.

Full details - click here

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