Date: Saturday 23rd February 2019
Awen - Home of Springs-Trengwainton
Two documentaries exploring land based narratives of Cornwall and Devon
Home of Springs, Trengwainton.
A lyrical story of the people, plants and place.
Directed by Barbara Santi.
73 minutes, Documentary (2018).
Trengwainton Garden near Penzance sits within the ancient Penwith landscape - its story has never been told.
Now managed by the National Trust, a house has been situated on the grounds since at least the 16th century.
With stunning panoramic aerial photography and specially commissioned music score, the documentary has been filmed over three years with unprecedented access.
Come on a seasonal journey of discovery and explore the history and heritage of this remarkable garden and the people who have left their legacy on the land.
This film is a result of a three-year community collaborative project funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, Awards for All, Feast, Cornwall Community Foundation, The Tanner Trust and National Trust.
A book is also available.
For more info: www.trengwaintonheritage.co.uk
The main documentary is accompanied by a short:
Hearing the Horizons Endure.
Directed by Florence Browne.
6.5 minutes (2017)
An exploration of horse logging, a traditional method of forestry upkeep, deep in Devon's Teign Valley.
Friends since childhood, John and Alan live and work traditionally in Devon's woodlands alongside their heavy horses, and are carrying on this low-impact technique of clearing and maintaining forests.
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