They started with a short film called Woodwose in 2004 and followed it with an very short film of the story Pottle o' Brains in 2005. No clips of these films are available on their site or on YouTube. However, a short musical clip from their half-hour film of the ballad Childe Rowlande is available on YouTube (see above). The 38-minute film Cherry of Zennor is their first somewhat commercial venture and it is available for sale on DVD. Several clips can be found on their YouTube page.
Their fifth film is based on the Orkney folktale Peerifool and had a recent theatrical premiere on March 28th. It has not yet been released on DVD, but it looks as good as Cherry of Zennor, so hopefully it will be available for sale as well. Production has already been completed for The Laidley Worm, which is now in post-production.
They are currently in production on their most ambitious film yet, a version of the Breton Arthurian tale, Sir Lanval, made in cooperation with the Arthurian Society of Brittany and scheduled to premier in Rennes in October. They have yet to release much in the way of footage or previews for these upcoming films, but from stills and clips on their website they look promising.
What the Chagford Filmmaking Group is doing is fascinating from both an artistic and business point of view. Some of it is also a bit mystifying. They are making interesting films and making creative use of great material, but so far they don't seem to quite have a handle on what to do once the films are made. Their efforts at marketing are sketchy and they've made little effort to make past productions available either for free to promote interest, or on DVD or through paid download. They seem to be making the films mostly for the love of the material and for their own entertainment.