Our 3rd production is:
" The Angel of Passchendaele"
This is the true story of NELLIE SPINDLER, who trained as a Queen Alexandra nurse, and was killed at the battle helping injured soldiers.
Please see trailer below - This scene is where a tent once occupied by two nurses, is now empty
Our Not for Profit films are made for free by ourselves. We receive no funding and some sponsership towards the Film Premier Evenings.
We only base our films on real people, who gave their lives in order to keep our country free.
Our main purpose is to take these films arounds schools to inspire them to find out and research their own local heroes who didn't survive WW1, particulary as we approach the 100th anniversary of the end of the War.
Our 2nd production is:
The 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele
Set in 1917, it tells the story of 2nd Lt Glyn Morgan of the Royal Welch Fusiliers who wrote a letter to his dad, the night before "Going over the Top".
The film also includes readings of letters also sent to Glyn's dad by Glyn's comrades from the trenches. These are read by veterans of Bosnia, Iraq and Afganistan
Narration is by Lt General Jonathon Riley CB DSO and archieve material by Imperial War Museum. Poem/quote by leading WW1 poet, Winfred Owen
The film ends with a series of remembrance projects by the pupils of Glyn Morgans old school- Pontypridd High School
Please see trailer below - This scene is where 2nd Lt Glyn Morgan writes a letter to his dad on the eve of the "Big Push"
Please also see below a trailer by the school children of Glyn's old School on remembrance
Please click on image below
Our first production called "Lies We Own" was a successful entry in the 2017 California International Short films Festival
It is a video blog by a family member about a terminally ill patient asking the question - “ why do I give to charity?”