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Read Tune for the Blood Review in Empire Online

2012-02-22 00:00:00

David Parkinson, a reviewer for Empire Online has written a review of Tune for the Blood.  Empire Online is read by over 5 million people per week.  Let's hope some of them read the review of Tune for the Blood.  Here are a few snippets.

The images captured by Richard Branczik are often stunning, although the picturesque nature of the mists, downpours and snows is never allowed to distract from the problems they pose to the daily routine.

If the members of the Herefordshire Young Farmers Clubs profiled here are anything to go by, the future is in safe hands. A love of the land is evident in each of them and their willingness to combine tradition and technology and do whatever it takes to succeed - whether that means working away and returning home to help out at weekends or training in complementary trades - suggests a pragmatism that will be vital to ensuring a sense of continuity in the rural economy.


To read a full review, click on the link and scroll one third of the way down the page.Link to Tune for the Blood review

Behind the Scenes

2012-02-22 00:00:00

While the recent warmth stirs the spring growth, we have been sitting far too much in front of our computer screens working out which festivals would work for the film and which are likely to accept it! We have had lots on inquiries about screenings, which we are putting on hold for the moment while we sort out the best strategy for making it available.  We are hoping to get some financial support so that a roster of those who appear in the film can go out with the film and lead discussions and events. 

However, there are some scheduled screenings - one in May at Lyde Court as part of the Borderlines in May festival to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the festival. More news about that next week.  Also, there is a screening at the internationally known Hay Festival on the 1st of June at 7:45. 

Please let us know if you are interested in a screening by getting in touch through our Contacts Page and we will add you to our mailing list so we can let you know as soon as our screenings system goes live.

Tune for the Blood in Farmers Weekly Magazine

2012-02-16 18:10:10

Farmers Weekly this week features an article about Tune for the Blood.  Journalist, Mary Vere-Parr interviewed many of the young farmers in the film as well as the director, Anne Cottringer. The Farmers Weekly Online will also have a clip from the film and we will soon have a link if you want to a sneak preview of the film click here.
The article will also appear in the Farming Life section in the February 23rd issue.

\'Tune for the Blood\' at Abergavenny Food Festival Fringe

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The Abergavenny Food Festival is one of the biggest, most vibrant food festivals in the UK and we're going to part of it!  It's right on our doorstop, so a great opportunity for audiences who are interested in food to watch the film and meet some of the young people producing food in the Herefordshire countryside around Abergavenny.  The film is being screened as part of the Fringe, on Wednesday September 12th - a great warm-up evening for the Festival weekend!  Details of the venue and ticket sales can be found on our Home Page.  Get your tickets early as places are limited. 

Tune for the Blood Screening in Ross-on-Wye

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    Big Screen  Raked Seating   Digital Projection   Surround Sound  and   Licensed bar!

Another chance to see Tune for the Blood in our local area.  Part of the Phoenix programme of films with a local interest, there are rumours that there will be a buffet with local fare served before the screening of the film which is   There will be a Q&A afterwards with the director and a member of the cast - or two.  Their identity to be confirmed at a later date.     With only 65 seats available, order you tickets soon to avoid disappointment. Click here to be taken to the box office information.

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