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THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER OFFICIAL SITE

This group is dedicated to the wonderful film by Philip Trevelyan, THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER, and to all those Mr. Pages, steam lovers and film lovers out there.
Katy Mac
Katy Mac shared a link to the group: THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER OFFICIAL SITE.4 weeks ago
Reminder that THE MOON & THE SLEDGEHAMMER will be screening on Saturday 18 Nov at Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne, plus Ben Rivers This is My Land. Book here
Katy Mac
Katy Mac1 month ago
Big thanks to Colin Billett for his hard work at the successful screening at Bewdley yesterday. Great turn out.
Katy Mac
Katy Mac shared a link to the group: THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER OFFICIAL SITE.1 month ago
Anyone in the Eastbourne area, next screening is on Sat 8th Nov at 7.30pm at Towner Gallery.
Tickets here
Katy Mac
Katy Mac shared a link to the group: THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER OFFICIAL SITE.1 month ago
Don't forget if you are down Bewdley way in Worcestershire next screening is this Tues 7 November
Katy Mac
Katy Mac shared a link to the group: THE MOON AND THE SLEDGEHAMMER OFFICIAL SITE.1 month ago
Our restoration programme continues...
We are thrilled to bring you Philip Trevelyan's award-winning first film, LAMBING, made in 1964 whilst a student at the Royal College of Art. It's an ode to a country shepherd during the cold days and nights of the lambing season. As a first film he set his sights high creating this lovely portrait of a shepherd's life. His preference for natural lighting, wild sound and detailed images, held together at a pace that almost hypnotises the viewer, were to become trademarks in his later film, as was his choice of subject matter and attitude to work and values. Trevelyan has poetry at his fingertips.
Watch it on VOD here:
Katy Mac
Watch LAMBING Online | Vimeo On Demand
LAMBING: Director Philip Trevelyan. 1964 B/W 26mins Trevelyan's first film already enthralls as it takes us into the world of lone sheep farmer, Mr Dick…
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Katy Mac
Katy Mac2 months ago
Good news for Trevelyan film fans. We've just made BIG WARE available on demand. In his trademark fashion Trevelyan finds quietly remarkable people, highly skilled in their work which brings them true contentment. BIG WARE is a portrait of George Curtis, the last traditional country potter. We see him at work and hear how potteries have fared over the years. His skills are unquestionable. He takes great pride in his big ware - huge pots that very few people can make.
Profits from sales go towards much needed restoration of the print. We feel it's important that these kinds of films are saved for future generations. Otherwise, it will be a future of Harry Potter and Star Wars, which is fine but let's have a little gentle, poetic reality from Mr Trevelyan as well. Future generations deserve it.
Katy Mac