“Imprisoned Paradise”: A Cinematic Narrated Short Film For Britain’s National Trust Directed By Pete Dungey (2012)

A cinematic narrated documentary short film featuring Llyndy Isaf, a serene upland farm on the shores of Llyn Dinas, in Snowdonia, untouched by intensive farming and home to threatened wildlife of international importance.

Filmed and Directed by:  Pete Dungey

Post-production:  Joe Spiteri

Narration:   Dai Amos

Reading extracts from:
‘Wanderings and Excursions in North Wales’ – Thomas Roscoe, 1836
‘On the Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature’ – Charles Bucke, 1823

Sound Design:   Patrick Amos

Sitting within the Nant Gwynant pass, offering 600 acres of extraordinary and peaceful haven for people to get close to nature – and enjoy quiet pursuits such as hiking, kayaking and sailing.

Upon the retirement of the current owner, the National Trust, with the generous support of the public, aims to acquire this land. If successful, protecting it from the commercial market, and the impending development that would follow. The tranquil atmosphere could easily be shattered.

This portrait of the area captures that tranquility.

Website:  http://www.oakdesignstudio.com/

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