Hot on the heels of founder member Elizabeth-Jane Baldry’s premiere of Childe Rowland at the Exeter Picturehouse, the Chagford Filmmaking Group is set to start shooting its fourth film, a Cornish fairytale called Cherry of Zennor, and it needs crew. Elizabeth-Jane told D+CFilm: ‘It’s a fascinating tale with some truly bizarre images about a teenage […]
It’s not often we get an email which begins ‘Hello darlings!’ but when we do, it’s invariably from The Chagford Filmmaking Group (or Dame Edna Everage). Their latest missive tells us about a screening of Elizabeth-Jane Baldry’s Childe Rowland tomorrow at 11.30am at Exeter Picturehouse. The half-hour film is set in Anglo-Saxon Devon and tells the story of […]
Winner of the Caligari Film Award at Berlin and Best International Documentary at Hot Docs, Canadian International Documentary Festival, and nominated for another film festival, 37 Uses Of A Dead Sheep has certainly been going down well throughout the world.
Chagford’s own harp-playing filmmaking inspiration Elizabeth Jane Baldry has also been on the podium, figuratively speaking. With her newest film Childe Rowland being edited, she’s played on the soundtrack of 37 Uses Of A Dead Sheep, which won best documentary at Berlin, and has subsequently gone on to pick up plenty more.