preserving the nation's fairytales and folklore through film
Tam Lin - A ancient Scottish tale of a feisty young heroine who risks everything for her lover, the mysterious knight, Tam Lin. (in post-production) more
The Ballad of Mary Whyddon - A Dartmoor folktale based in 17th century Chagford on the brink of the English Civil War. (85mins : in post-production) more
Sir Lanval - A haunting Arthurian fairytale dating from the twelfth century and produced as a joint project with the Centre de l'imaginaire Arthurien in Brittany. (77mins) more
The Laidley Worm of Spindleston Heugh - A princess is turned into a dragon by her stepmother. A heart-stopping fairytale from Northumbria. (40mins) more
Peerifool - Three little girls outwit an ogre. A feminist fairytale from the Orkneys collected in the nineteenth century. (42mins) more
Cherry of Zennor - An innocent servant girl sets out to seek adventure and romance only to find herself unwittingly living in a fairy household. (38mins) more
Childe Rowland - Three brothers set out one by one to rescue their sister after she has been stolen by the fairies. A thrilling British fairytale about courage and love of family. (29mins) more
Pottle o' Brains - Jack the village idiot visits a wise woman to see if he can buy some brains but the price is more than he bargained for. (14mins - A Phoenix Media Bursary Film)
Woodwose - Lucy is sent into the woods by her vicious mother and returns with some rather unusual new talents. A sensational tale of revenge, sibling rivalry and the power of a generous heart. (32mins)
"Elizabeth-Jane Baldry's films are refreshing and imaginative - a new storyteller from the green heart of Devon"
-Alan Lee, Academy Award winner, conceptual designer, Lord of the Rings.
|Photos by Brian Skilton, Sketches and CFG logo by Rima Staines, Website designed by Elizabeth-Jane Baldry|