The Outsider - The Story of Del Harding
I first found out about Del Harding way back in 2005, and after some chance meeting with those who have met him I found myself in 2019 on the shores of Lough Derg fishing in the company of Del, the original beatnik who settled in a wood over fifty years ago with his dogs and horses for company, and no electricity.
The Glass Aisle by Paul Henry poet.
‘The Glass Aisle’ is set on a two-mile stretch of the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal, above Crickhowell in Powys. Its full, performance version features poetry and songs written by Paul Henry and Brian Briggs. A film by Nick Fallowfield-Cooper for Fallon's Angler publication.
Two Terriers Press - John Richardson angler and artist
John Richardson is a life long artist and angler who has settled in West Norfolk and the Fenland landscape. This short film takes you on a journey, exploring this special landscape, his woodcuts and the printing process. A film by Nick Fallowfield - Cooper
A tale of two rivers - fishing in East Anglia
A short film exploring two anglers and two landscapes, Paul and Tim both have a life-long relationship with two vastly different rivers, The Great Ouse and the Wensum, Norfolk, England. Shot for the launch of Fallon's Angler issue 8 http://fallonsangler.net/product/fallons-angler-issue-8/
In search of a Wye springer
The fallon's angler team set off in march 2016 to seek out one of the legendary Wye springer salmon. Angler, Steve Roberts took on the challenge using a two hundred year old greenheart rod and Hardy Rollo reel, dressed in Harris tweed this film captures our day on a rather high river Wye. www.nickfc.com A film by Nick Fallowfield - Cooper
Paul Cook - Artist and traditional fishing tackle maker.
Paul Cook started his career as a glass etcher in London and now resides in Norfolk where he makes split cane fishing rods, landing nets, float boxes and traditional fishing floats. This film was shot in conjunction with the Fallons Angler Directory www.fallonsangler.net/directory/ A film by Nick Fallowfield - Cooper
The girl who never went home - Gliffaes, a traditional fishing hotel
Peta Brabner left Co Cork, Ireland for England as a young woman and after a chance meeting ended up staying at the Gliffaes Country Hotel for a lifetime. This film tells her story and her love of the hotel, her family, and being drawn to the river Usk and the salmon and trout fishing. A film by Nick Fallowfield - Cooper
Halfway home - wild brown trout fishing in Snowdonia
Garrett Fallon of Fallon's Angler revisits his childhood holiday retreat in the 1970's, The Cregennan Lakes in Snowdonia, North Wales. Written and narrated by Garrett, he explores the lakes forty years on, climbs Breakfast mountain, and reunites himself with the wild trout. This film explores the landscape and memory of a place. Music by Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou. A film by Nick Fallowfield - Cooper