Posted by: Richard Neale | September 28, 2011

Visit an Imprisoned Paradise


With our appeal to secure Llyndy Isaf nearing its target, two young film makers have been inspired to capture the farm’s haunting beauty.

Despite never having been to Llyndy Isaf before, Pete Dungey and Joe Spiteri felt compelled to help our appeal when they realised what was at stake.

The pair spent days under canvas, enduring atrocious weather to create a magical film that can help draw the public’s attention to this incredible place and important appeal.

The pair named their magical and moody masterpiece Imprisoned Paradise as they believe this part of Snowdonia to be a peaceful idyll held captive by the surrounding mountains.

Using specialist techniques, the filmmaking duo from Oxford has been able to focus on the often unseen beauty of Llyndy Isaf.  Pete explained, “using detailed macro shots we were able to introduce the beauty of small elements that would usually go unnoticed such as the tiny spider emerging from its habitat”.

“We were also able to capture some underwater footage getting the audience immersed in the lake itself.”

To view Imprisoned Paradise, click here


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