The Moo Man: Available on DVD, iTunes and Netflix

★★★★
"The filmic equivalent of a weekend in the country… a truly moo-ving experience."
The Times

★★★★
"Genial, poignant and compelling"
Empire Magazine

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Catalog No.: Nov-005
The remarkable story of a maverick farmer and his unruly cows, filmed over four years on the marshes of the Pevensey Levels. In an attempt to save his family farm, Stephen Hook decides to turn his back on the cost cutting dairies and supermarkets, and instead stay small and keep his close relationship with the herd. However farmer Hook's plans to save the farm do not always go down well with his 55 spirited cows. The result is a laugh-out-loud, emotional roller-coaster of a journey.

Director: Andy Heathcote | UK | 2013 | 98 mins
Available formats: DCP/Blu-Ray/DVD
Released in cinemas July 12th 2013

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Screenings

12th - 19th July Hailsham Pavilion
12th - 19th July Uckfield Pciturehouse
12th - 19th July The Broadway, Nottingham
15th July Komedia Picturehouse, Brighton
18th July Clapham Picturehouse, London
19th - 25th July Kino Digital, Hawkhurst
26th - 1st August Ipswich Film Theatre
31st July Cambridge Picturehouse
1st August Norwich Picturehouse
4th/5th August Barn Cinema , Dartington
4th August Plough Arts Centre
6th-8th August Hailsham Pavilion
9th August Regal, Henley
9th - 15th August Chapter Cardiff
9th - 11th August QFT, Belfast
10th August Errol Flynn Filmhouse
11th August Oxford Picturehouse
12th August Exeter Picturehouse
12th August Cameo, Edinburgh
14th August The Poly, Falmouth
14th/15th August Aberystwyth Arts Centre
14th/15th August Ludlow Assembly Rooms
18th - 20th August Dukes, Lancaster
19th - 22nd August DCA, Dundee
20th August The Rex, Berkhamsted
20th,22nd,27th August The Regal Cinema, Melton
21st, 25th August Eden Court, Inverness
20th,22nd,23rd August Tyneside Newcastle
22nd August Greenwich Picturehouse, London
25th August Bury St Edmonds Picturehouse
25th - 27th August Mac, Birmingham
26th August Hyde Park Picturehouse, Leeds
28th August, 12th September Lexi, London
29th August Somerset House
30th August - 2nd September Filmhouse, Edinburgh
3rd - 5th September The Courtyard, Hereford
3rd September Phoenix, London
6th - 12th September Tavistock Wharf, Devon
8th, 11th, 12th September Wyeside Arts Centre, Builth Wells, Wales
8th September Electric Palace, Hastings
9th September Saffron Screen Cinema
10th September The Rex, Dorset
11th September The Theatre, Chipping Norton
12th September Brewery Arts Centre
12th September Newbury Corn Exchange
12th, 16th September Theatre Mwldan Cardigan, Wales
14th, 16th , 18th September The Torch, Milford Haven, Wales
16th, 17th September Regal Tenbury
17th September Festival Theatres Malvern
22nd September Lewes Cinema
25th September RBC Film Theatre, Dumfries
28th September Strode Theatre
4th October Stamford Arts Centre
15th - 17th October Quad Derby
18th October Slaley Film Club, Hexham, Northumberland
27th October Lonsdale Alhambra Cumbria
3rd November Aldeburgh Cinema
14th/15th November South Hill Park, Bracknell
15th November Buckingham The Film Place
1st December Harwich Electric Palace
8th December Aberfeldy The Birks
10th January Forest Row Film Society
12th January Charlbury, Oxfordshire ChOC