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Free Admission

Addicted to Sheep – screening


10 March 2017 7:00 pm - 10 March 2017 8:30 pm

Our café The Smeltery presents Addicted to Sheep, a wonderful documentary by Magali Pettier, about tenant Upper Teesdale hill farmers Tom and Kay Hutchinson and their quest to breed the perfect sheep.

Screening and dinner followed by a Q & A with  film director Magali Pettier.

To book dinner:

We have been serving Upper Teesdale Lamb in The Smeltery since November and a lamb dinner is available on the night. If you would like to buy dinner on the night please pre-book by emailing hello@thesmeltery.uk or by phoning 01642 245679.  Meal price from £10.

To book screening tickets:

Film screening ticket prices: £5.90 full ticket price, £3.00 concession price, students, unemployed etc.

To book, click here

**** David Parkinson, Empire: “This intimate, but unflinching account of the travails of a North Pennine farming family captures the beauty of the changing seasons, while deftly conveying the graft involved in rearing sheep and cattle and the grimier realities of the rural economy“.

Film Review by Emmy Award-winning Director Patrick Collerton who made The Boy Whose Skin Fell Off:

“This is a beautiful, timeless, unhurried, affectionate film. Magali has a painterly eye and instinct for the poetic in her depiction of a North Eastern farming family through the seasons”.

Louise Osmond, Director of Documentary ‘Dark Horse’ which won the Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival said:

“I just loved it. Beautifully observed, warm, gently funny, it was up there with my two all time favourites – Quattro Volte and Modern Life”.

 


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