On 16, Dec 2012 | In Documentaries In Development | By
History of Gardening is a working title for a documentary series in development. As part of the research and development for the series, Dr Catherine Horwood meets Lady Tollemache, an award winning Garden Designer, and her enthusiasm for the gardens which surround her home at Helmingham Hall is evident. Her influence is clearly visible – the parterre was redesigned in 1987 and the new rose garden to east of the coach house was created in 1982, together with the knot and herb garden.
On 12, Dec 2012 | In Commercial Film | By
From a 1950’s bus, we take a tour around Southwold to film this traditional seaside town.
On 10, Dec 2012 | In Arts | By
A short film was required by Theatre Royal, a Regency playhouse located in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
It’s been one year since Simon Daykin became Executive Director of the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. As we launch the Summer season, Simon and Artistic Director Colin Blumenau take a look back through some of last year’s highlights, and unveil some of the exciting things going on in summer 2012!
Simon Daykin, Chief Executive of the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds “Frances is a wonderful film-maker, and working with her has been a delight. She has a marvellous way of putting all participants at ease and squeezing every last drop of quality out of every shot. Even though our project was small, she tackled it with the same passion and professionalism she would tackle making a documentary for national television. Her finished product was just what we wanted.
On 08, Dec 2012 | In Documentary | By
My Son, Drugs and Me is an unflinching documentary which follows two mothers devastated by the damage drug addiction afflicted on their families. Drug addiction is every mother’s worst nightmare, regardless of income, class, personality, background, education, it can strike without warning and tear a family apart.