Narrated by his daughter Sarah, this documentary tracks the life and career of Lynn Chadwick CBE (1914-2003), one of Britain’s foremost sculptors whose sculptures and drawings are displayed worldwide. He lived locally at Lypiatt Park for almost 50 years, creating a remarkable workspace and landscape for showcasing his work. Photograph (left) copyright Peter Moseley.
Peter Moseley, an experienced director of photography on feature films, drama, commercials and documentaries for BBC, ITV and Channel 4 including Horizon, Arena and Panorama. He works closely with Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking. Website Bakehouse TV
Special guest Rungwe Kingdon and Claude Koenig worked intensively for Lynn Chadwick as students and founded Pangolin Editions in 1984. Collaborating with some of the foremost artists, Pangolin has grown into the largest sculpture foundry in Britain. They also manage galleries, a charity, projects in Africa and a sculpture park as well as commissioning books, films and exhibitions.
Stroud Film Festival showcases film throughout the town at independent venues during the month of March 2019. We are proud to be part of the festival for the second time this year!
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