Dec 182011
 

You can now pre-prder ‘Resistance’ on Blu-ray and DVD. It is due for release in March 2012. There is talk that there will be lots of good extras on the disc including scenes cut from the movie.

Reserve your copy on Bluray here or on DVD here

See more on the film here.

(Image is a mock up cover we have done but does show the final cover design)

Nov 142011
 

Photo Credit: www.sebsolberg.wordpress.com

CART Founder Tom Sykes has written a review of the film adaptation of Owen Sheer’s novel ‘Resistance’.

It can be seen here

Tom and other CART member’s were advisers on the film and spent many hours trying to ensure the production team obtained the right look of the Auxiliary Units.

Read more about the movie here

Nov 082011
 

We have just added a ‘behind the scenes’ featurette on ‘Resistance’ to our site.

Learn more about the film and watch the featurette, on our ‘Resistance’ page here

It also gives info on where you can go and see the film later this month.

 

Sep 292011
 

Michael Sheen and Andrea Riseborough star in Owen Sheer’s ‘Resistance’, a drama set in an alternate Britain in which D-Day has failed and the country is under Nazi occupation.

CART were historical advisers on the film but sadly the Auxiliary related content is minimial. Resistance is out in the UK on 25 November. You can see the trailer below.

Resistance will be released at the following cinemas on 25th November: Apollo Piccadilly Circus, Cineworld Sheffield, Cineworld Glasgow, Cineworld Cardiff, Chapter Cardiff, Apollo Port Talbort, Cineworld Newport Gwent, Showcase Nantgarw, Savoy Theatre – Monmouth and Baker Street Cinema – Abergavenny.

Also from 2nd December: Hay Festival and Aberystwyth Arts Centre

More sites when we know them…

(Source: Resistance Facebook Group)

See our page on the film here

Sep 012011
 

Last month we spent some time making a short film for Abergavenny Museum.

This involved filming in Langstone with re-enactors and Sallie Mogford, Grandaughter of Les Bulley, an Auxilier with Jonah Patrol.

The final film can be seen below. Please do go along to the exhibition at the museum from September 17th. You can read more about the Welsh patrols here