An award winning feature-length film documenting the history of a small English village in rural Bedfordshire. Capturing the stories of local people and bringing back to life the contrasting Second World War tales of those who went off to fight and those they left behind.
"We are convinced that this film will form an important document, valuable in the education of our children and in the integration of new residents for years to come."
- Glenn Rodford
Chairman, Langford & District History Society
‘Langford Tales’ is a delightfully poetic documentary by Theo Maximilian Goble that could easily have been two hours and I would have wanted more! It speaks to the village of Langford, Bedfordshire, and in particular the contrasting, captivating Second World War tales of those who went off to fight and just as importantly, those that were left behind. With super writing, directing and photography, immaculate research (including archive stills and movie footage) and quite simply one of the best scores you'll hear for a very long time this is undoubtedly one to highlight in your program.
- Bradley Barton
Romford Film Festival