We are delighted to announce that you can now watch our WW1 film ‘Tell Them of Us’ on Vimeo. It costs as little as £1.00 to view. Click here to go to Vimeo. Waiting – 1917 (c) Nick Loven
Charity Premiere of the drama-documentary ‘William’s Story’ sequel to the film ‘Tell Them of Us’ which told the WWI story of Crowder brothers. Tickets now on sale. All proceeds to the Thimbleby St. Margaret’s Church Restoration Fund.
During the last two film shoots we had few members of the Royal Photographic Society as guest photographers: Stewart Wall, Mark Graham, Jazz Hayer and David Jones. They created some memorable images. Graham (c) Stewart Wall Bryony Roberts (c) Mark Graham Jess (c) Stewart Wall Bryony Roberts (c) Mark Graham Bryon Roberts (c) Jazz Hayer (c) Read More
Two weeks ago we filmed the first part of William Crowder’s first hand account of the German Spring Offensive. On duty in a front line trench and in charge of communications, William was awarded the DSO for his courage in keeping the line open. Here are some of the screen captures from filming by cinematographer and Read More
We followed Tell Them of Us with a companion drama-documentary ‘William’s Story’: We filmed part one of William Crowder’s WW1 experience of the first day of the Spring Offensive, last weekend at The Trench in Surrey. William Crowder is played by Adam Fox. The drama documentary is directed by Nick Loven. Here are some images Read More
Centenary Stitches Book Review Here an extract from a review of Centenary Stitches by Karie Bookish: Knitting in Wartime ‘I rarely come across knitting books like Centenary Stitches, but I think we need to celebrate efforts like this book. I am always very, very pleased to see ambitious knitting books that seek to treat knitting as both craft and Read More
You can purchase the film at the WAG Screen online shop or in person at The Collection, Lincoln.
For the last month ‘Tell Them of Us’ – the untold story of one Lincolnshire family – has been showing in the auditorium screen at The Collection, Lincoln. It has been accompanied by the ‘Centenary Stitches’ exhibition of the costumes made for, and the story of, the film. The last showings of this WW1 commemorative Read More
The Collection, Lincoln has added another weekend of screenings of Tell Them of Us due to the demand. Additional screenings: Saturday 6th December 11am and 2pm Sunday 7th December 11am and 2pm Free