The Luttrell Psalter Film BlogThe process of making the Luttrell Psalter Film was an extraordinary journey full of interesting people and events. This blog is about the making of the film and begins with the very begining in 2006!
WAG Screen wins Award
Luttrell Psalter Film Facebook PageWe have reached 1,000 fans on our FaceBook page so we will, as promised, put the film on the internet! Watch this space!!
WAG Screen is on Twitter
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Spring 2006 As soon as we thought about making a Luttrell Psalter film, we immediately considered its educational value. The images of everyday medieval life from the Luttrell Psalter have for years been used to illustrate history books and more … Continue reading
WAG stands for Washingborough Archaeology Group. All of the founder members of WAG Screen are active members of WAG. Two of the WAG members, Chris Roberts and Nick Loven, regularly filmed and photographed the group at work creating a number … Continue reading
The Luttrell Psalter is a decorated manuscript written and illuminated from about 1325 to 1340 for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell of Irnham in Lincolnshire. ‘The Luttrell Psalter was not the first to include scenes of contemporary rustic life, but it is … Continue reading