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Peter and Ben

Category:
Documentary
Format:
DVCam/Mini-DV
Running Time:
10 min
Year:
2007

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As a young man, Peter visited the rolling lush green hills of a remote and hidden valley in Wales and chose to stay there permanently. Self-sufficient and alone, Peter was content. Then he met Ben. Peter found Ben, an orphaned newborn lamb, abandoned in a ditch. Now Ben has matured into a full-grown wooly sheep with ambitions to move into Peter's house with him. Peter, however, has other ideas. Peter and Ben is a touching and quirky story of how two "black-sheep" form an unusual and enduring bond.

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Sound Recordist
Diana Bondsmith

Producer
Victoria Cameron

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Comments

  • Fraser Jennison
    2 years ago
    Powerful, I love it.
  • Imola Gaspar
    2 years ago
    It is great! Really beautiful.
  • David Miller
    4 years ago
    what a great little film. congratulations.

    more competitions like this!!
  • valeria coizza
    4 years ago
    I love it
  • Casual-T ...
    4 years ago
    very touching story. beautiful film. very well done, indeed.
  • Mark Wiggins
    5 years ago
    Charming and powerful film about an enduring relationship!
  • Daf Palfrey
    5 years ago
    So good, and well thought out. Glad there is only his voice - no narrator to tell us what to think.
  • ED EDWARDS
    5 years ago
    Beautiful
  • Robin D
    5 years ago
    Fantastic story.Watch a Best Director awarded Film below
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVZsoi5CtTc&feature=PlayList&p=8BB20CC344E79D3C&index=0
  • Wyllie O Hagan
    5 years ago
    Many congratulations on winning the Encounters with Hertzog competition with your beautiful film. We are drawn to both characters. Love the close-ups and colour. We wish you all the best.

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