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Funding

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'Langford Tales' has mostly been a self-financed project with all the editing and most of the filming done by Theo Maximilian Goble.

In October 2020 the film was granted £4000 by the 'Langford & Biggleswade Windfarm Community Fund'.

This has gone towards the cost of obtaining licenses for archive and the high-resolution scanning of over two-hundred old photographs.

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In July 2020 local farmer and 'Langford Tales' contributor David Quinlan donated a field of Sunflowers to the project.

These were sold as bouquets and a 'Pick Your Own' was put on for the people of Langford and surrounding areas.

As well as raising much-needed funds for the the film, it was a great way to promote the project and gain interest in the community.

David has generously donated the same field again in 2021.

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The filming and the bulk of the edit is almost complete and the project will then move into the post-production stage.

The original music, audio mix and picture colouring will be done by a specially selected team of professionals.

We will soon be launching a crowdfunding campaign to help us pay the crew who will help us get 'Langford Tales' over the finish line.