Raising the Hare

25 November 2017 // Film/TV

A film by Bevis Bowden. Bevis writes: I thought I could almost see myself in the hare’s eye, it was that close. Featuring two Welsh voices of the landscape: the musician John Cale, who reads Seamus Heaney’s translation of The Names of the Hare, and the artist Paul Emmanuel, who describes an encounter he had […]

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The Messenger

16 November 2017 // Birds //Film/TV

Ceri Levy assesses The Messenger: a new film which explores our deep-seated connection to birds, and warns that the uncertain fate of songbirds might just mirror our own The sky is filled…but I know it’s going to change – Bill Evans, avian migration researcher * Su Rynard’s documentary The Messenger sends out a powerful message […]

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Harvest Short Film Competition

3 August 2017 // Film/TV

Lower Hewood Farm and Common Ground present the Harvest Short Film Competition, calling all makers of short films about food, farming and land. Alexa de Ferranti writes: As a farmer and film lover I’m very excited to be organising the second Harvest Short Film Competition, this year in collaboration with Common Ground, neighbours and fellow […]

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Halfway Home

2 July 2017 // Film/TV //On Water

Halfway home from Nick Fallowfield-Cooper on Vimeo. Issue 10 of Fallon’s Angler is out now. Buy a copy here. Listen to more songs from Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou here.

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The intimate world of F. Percy Smith

1 July 2017 // Film/TV

MINUTE BODIES: The Intimate world of F. Percy Smith Dir. Stuart A Staples black & white | 55min | Documentary. Out now via BFI. Review by Michael Smith What a treat this film is: a dreamy, meditative re-edit of the pioneering micro-cinema of F. Percy Smith, which introduced the public to the strange hidden world […]

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