Author: p.roch

‘This Wall is Crewe’ on the History Channel

Our award winning short film telling the story of the Crewe Works boundary wall is due to be broadcast on the History Channel. It won the coveted prize of HISTORY‚Äôs Short Film Maker of the Year at last years award ceremony. As part of the prize the film will now be shown on HISTORY to…
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Culture in Crewe

After a long wait! We can finally show off the film we made for Crewe Cultural Forum! We worked with a core working group, including the Lyceum Theatre, Cheshire East Council, Crewe Town Council, Crewe Heritage Centre, Cheshire College South and West, South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce and YMCA Crewe convened to identify main themes…
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Forgotten Voices of D-Day

To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we produced 3 very special short films – released on our social media channels and shared by History Hit and HISTORY, reaching over 10k views across the platforms. Bringing to life the remarkable words of D-Day veterans taken from the Imperial War Museum audio archive with some amazing…
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Paddy has his Derry premiere

It’s taken quite a while to get together a screening for our film ‘Finding Wee Paddy’, telling the tale of Derry born British soldier Patrick McGowan who died helping save the life of a civilian during the Battle of Shanghai in 1937. Although buried a hero, decades of political and industrial transformation in Shanghai meant…
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We’ve been featured in Cheshire Life!

Word is spreading about our short film that won the HISTORY Channel – Short Filmmaker of the Year Award 2018 and the lovely fellows over at Cheshire Life magazine decided they wanted to write an article about us and the project – more news as to when the film will be shown on the HISTORY…
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We’re on the IWM Website

Exciting times as we’ve be featured on the Imperial War Museum website – after our ‘Best Use of Archive’ Award win at the IWM Short Film Festival back in October 2018. Read the full article here:

Breathing Life into Bermondsey

For the past few months Pete has been involved in helping on a film project in Bermondsey, South East London – all about life in Bermondsey during the First World War. Telling stories through the eyes of modern day school children of the men and women from Bermondsey that went to war, worked, fought for…
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