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  • From David T on All comments

    I had the pelasure of watching LAMBING at the Berwick Film Festival recently. and it was a real pleasure watching that old boy getting on with looking after his lambs. I felt like I was right there with him. I also saw BIG WARE which was another treat. Such interesting people. Any chance of a DVD? I can think of a few people who would love this for Christmas. Thanks for all the hard work making these films available.

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    • From David T on All comments

      Hello David,
      So glad you enjoyed these films. It was a great screening – we had to bring in extra chairs!
      Re your DVD questions – yes, indeed, we are hoping to have a DVD complilation ready by Christmas. Keep an eye on the website but to be on the safe side, make sure you join our mailing list to receive our Newsletter with all the latest news and special offers for anyone who has already purchased the DVD.

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  • From keith reynoldson on The Guardian Wednesday 25th May 2016 by Patrick Barkham

    i think i still have this documentry on vhs which i recorded in 1987.this is the best documentry i have ever seen.even now i still wonder what happened to this fantastc family. every one i showed it to thought the same. iwill have to get this on dvd..thanks for such a fantastic film documentry. 

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  • From Suzanne on All comments

    Great screening in Brighton.  Was fascinated to see LAMBING for the first time.  Any chance of seeing more of Trevelyan's films?

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    • From katymac on All comments

      Hi Suzanne,
      Great to hear you enjoyed LAMBING. We are planning to release a new DVD with more of Philip Trevelyan’s exceptional documentaries. News will appear on the website soon. Make sure you’re signed up to receive our Newsletter as it often contains special offers for anyone who has purchased the DVD.

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  • From Donnie Keleman on All comments

    “Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen. I never go where the cock never crows, and of all the felt ‘ats I ever felt, I never ‘ad a felt ‘at felt like this felt ‘at felt.”

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  1. “Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen. I never go where the cock never crows, and of all the felt ‘ats I ever felt, I never ‘ad a felt ‘at felt like this felt ‘at felt.”

  2. Suzanne says:

    Great screening in Brighton.  Was fascinated to see LAMBING for the first time.  Any chance of seeing more of Trevelyan's films?

    • katymac says:

      Hi Suzanne,
      Great to hear you enjoyed LAMBING. We are planning to release a new DVD with more of Philip Trevelyan’s exceptional documentaries. News will appear on the website soon. Make sure you’re signed up to receive our Newsletter as it often contains special offers for anyone who has purchased the DVD.

  3. David T says:

    I had the pelasure of watching LAMBING at the Berwick Film Festival recently. and it was a real pleasure watching that old boy getting on with looking after his lambs. I felt like I was right there with him. I also saw BIG WARE which was another treat. Such interesting people. Any chance of a DVD? I can think of a few people who would love this for Christmas. Thanks for all the hard work making these films available.

    • David T says:

      Hello David,
      So glad you enjoyed these films. It was a great screening – we had to bring in extra chairs!
      Re your DVD questions – yes, indeed, we are hoping to have a DVD complilation ready by Christmas. Keep an eye on the website but to be on the safe side, make sure you join our mailing list to receive our Newsletter with all the latest news and special offers for anyone who has already purchased the DVD.

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