Clearly it helps that they have been able to get public funding — and quite substantial funding for Sir Lanval, which has a budget pushing $200,000. But I hope at some point they will take the logical next step and put forth a greater effort to make their work available to a broader audience. I think there is a real commercial market for well-made short films of these little known but entertaining stories. Right now the DVD of Cherry of Zennor isn't even available on Amazon UK, much less Amazon US.
With all the work that they've done on these films and the quality of the results Chagford Filmmaking Group not only owe it to their actors and crew but also to their potential audience to get them out more widely. Hopefully that will happen with Peerifool, The Laidley Worm and Sir Lanval. With three productions coming into release in one year, they've stepped up their efforts to a new level, which I hope means they'll be making a bigger commercial effort once they have a larger body of work to market.