Like most other businesses, we at Crow’s Eye Productions have been very limited in what we could achieve during lockdown. We had had a whole year of projects planned, and many of them cast too, which have all had to be postponed or cancelled. However, we are re-planning and have some very interesting costume films in the pipeline. We are also working on some mini-documentaries.
Editing, research and costume making all continues behind the scenes, and we are working on safety protocols for returning to filming in these strange and difficult times.
The Women’s Land Army did a remarkable job during the Second World War, replacing the male workers who had been called up to fight. In a war when it was the determination of the Nazis to starve Britain into submission, the work of the WLA or Land Girls kept Britain from starvation.
The latest in our series on the history of dress starred Holly Turner, Jasmine Clark, Laura Jane Johnson, Bryony Roberts, Victoria Louise Newman, Estella Platts and Aimee Tyas.
The Director and Cinematographer was Nic Loven, Costume by Pauline Loven, Costume Assistant, Jasmine Clarke.
Many thanks to Dave Woolerton the owner of the vintage MinneMoline tractor.