January 2018 – Going Viral Again!

In response to the popularity of the Lady Lever film, we made another short video on ‘Getting Dressed in the 18th Century’ – this time on the dress of the Working Woman. It has had over half a million views in the first two days and was trending at number six worldwide!

September 2017 – Going Viral!

We costumed and made this short film on ‘Dressing in the 18th Century’ for Lady Lever Art Gallery to help interpret the paintings in their 18th century gallery. Lady Lever Art Gallery also shared the video online, where it went viral.


May to August 2017 – Lapwing

I have been creating the costume for a feature film by Urban Apache Films set in the 1550’s. We wrapped on the 1st of August at 01.00!


January 2016 – Crow’s Eye Productions have just completed a short film for the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, showing the layers of 18th century dress.

Eighteenth century maid dressing her mistress with Kate Loven and Amy Beven.

December 2015

Crow’s Eye Productions have just completed a film about the fallen on a Lincolnshire war memorial, ‘Tell Them of Us’, to mark the anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War last year.

The film is based on unpublished letters and memoirs. It is the story of two brothers, Robert and William Crowder and their sister Grace.  We have also made a follow-up drama-documentary on the story of William Crowder. Both films are now available on DVD

Pauline Loven designed, sourced original items and made the costume – except for the knitting! A community of knitters,  spread from Orkney to Omaha, ‘Centenary Stitches’,  created wonderful original knitted and crocheted garments for the film. An exhibition of the costumes made for the film, Centenary Stitches, is on display in The national Archives, London, until March 19th 2016.

Some of the wonderful WW1 knitting created for the film, now on display in The National Archives, Kew.