This was originally intended to be a public release, but due to COVID-19 the event was cancelled numerous times. Instead it has been released on-line for your education and enjoyment. Enjoy
The Pembury Martyr from David Doré on Vimeo.
‘The Pembury Martyr’ is a village community production.
Another video by local film maker David Doré, enjoy.
Down the Medway
from David Doré
Thank you to David Doré for sharing his video with us.
Remembrance Sunday 2020 from David Doré on Vimeo.
Thank you to David Doré for sharing this video of the last post at the war memorial.
VE Day 2020 from David Doré on Vimeo.
The Pembury U3a Painting Group held their annual exhibition in the Baptist Church.
U3A Painting Exhibition 2019 from David Doré on Vimeo.
An exploration of the site of Keyes Mill which was painted by Turner in 1807. Nothing remains today save some brickwork and the mill pond.
Turner in Pembury from David Doré on Vimeo.
Local cinematographer David Doré, has been called upon to film a feature length drama written, produced & directed by Revd. Mandy Carr of Lamberhurst. The film crew and many members of the cast are Pembury people and all earnings from the film will be donated to the Hospice in the Weald.
The premiere will be at the KINO Cinema in Hawkhurst in early December and it is hoped that the film will be entered into the Berlin International Film Festival next February.
Top Prosecutor, Matthias, is called in to conduct the case against Jesus of Nazareth who is accused of being a subversive element in society by challenging the Establishment and the cultural and religious rules. In an unusual move, Prosecuting and Defence Counsels agree to visit the witnesses together. From the testimony they hear they will build their case; is this Jesus a man of God or a dangerous law-breaker who needs to be punished? The Rule Breaker explores the evidence and draws the case to its conclusion, but in this story the end is just the beginning……….
The Rule Breaker – Trailer from David Doré on Vimeo.
St. Peters Church, Pembury, is known as ‘the old church.’ It dates from 1147.
The old Norman church of Pepingeberia
from David Doré