Crannog: Rannsaich

A short documentary exploring a glimpse of life for the people involved in making the magic of the Scottish Crannog Centre.

  • Chantel Gregory
    Should Sex Still Sell?, Emmeline
  • Chantel Gregory
    Should Sex Still Sell?, Emmeline
  • Chantel Gregory
    Should Sex Still Sell?, Emmeline
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    Interview, Mixed, Performance, Expository
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    September 5, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    0 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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Director Biography - Chantel Gregory

Chantel Gregory is a writer, director and producer for her self started production company Gallus House Productions. She is in her second year of studying Film Production at UCLAN, where she has worked on several shorts including Should Sex Still Sell and Emmeline. She will now enter the new year to further develop Gallus House Productions with a short film slate lined up.

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Director Statement

I decided to make this film after volunteering the previous summer at the museum. I had a close connection with the story told at the Scottish Crannog Centre, and the people involved in making the magic happen. I felt the need to share their story and help spread the joy that the crannog brought to me, to a bigger audience. Not only for my benefit, but to draw more attention to their site, to help bring them a prosperous future.