Re: Digest Number 38
- Speaking of movies about faires, you all might be interested in
Keepers of the Kingdom
The new documentary by Christopher Gomersall explores the unique
individuals who bring renaissance fantasy to life in their pursuit of
freedom and brotherhood. This 24 minute portrait showcases the
patrons and performers of Renaissance faires, as well as a group of
vagabonds affectionately termed "Rennies," who travel from faire to
faire as a lifestyle.
Also My Lord Crusader Magnus (A.K.A. James W Anderson III - Chief
Executive Officer, BHFI) would you please tell us more about the
Baron's Haven Freehold - A Medieval Living History Site, Theme Park,
and Organic Farm Project?? I am very interested in getting involved
and helping out any way that I can.
Just in case some of our members might not know about your project, I
can tell them that you are preparing to build a full-sized
representation of a 15th century Welsh concentric castle similar in
style and grandeur to the enchanting castle Beaumaris in northern
Wales. Adjacent to the castle will be a complete medieval town
populated by artisans and townspeople reenacting aspects of medieval
life in a Celtic border town. Authentic supporting economic and
agricultural facilities will allow for fully sustainable and organic
Baron's Haven Freehold Website:
Yahoo BHFI Related Groups:
--- In renaissancefaires2@y..., "James W. Anderson III, CEO"
> > From: "misterfoi" <dave_noman@h...>woman
> > Subject: doing a movie, have a question for you please
> > Faire. The movie is about a personal transformation of a young
> > though the Faire experience. Of course it's a comedy. (Could youwith some
> > imagine a film about Faire being a tragedy? Yikes!)
> As a matter of fact I could. All they would have to do is meet up
> of the parasites that also hang around faires to manipulate thenewbies.
> I've found a few merchants as well as management that have thattendency.
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