02 Dec 15:15: Documentary Shorts
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Undercliff (11 mins)
Part documentary, part poetic evocation of the undercliff community and its landscape.
Newhaven Cormorant (11 mins) Dir: Terence Drew
‘Newhaven Cormorant took place in July 2011 and was a large-scale outdoor show performed by the brilliant French outdoor performance company Generik Vapeur, and produced by Brighton-based production company Zap Art. There were several partners/funders that made this unique project possible – Arts Council England lottery fund, Interreg, ZEPA, East Sussex County Council, Newhaven Town Council and Lewes Town Council amongst others, even LD Lines Ferries synchronised their ferry departure to be included in the performance’.
The Wise Ones (9mins) Dir: Maria Eva Russo
The Wise Ones” is an uplifting and poetic invitation to reflect on the delicate ties between old and young generations and the ‘pass-on-skills’ practice; bringing evocative memories of the British textile industry.
Lewy Body (15 mins)Dir: James Johnson
Shot on a mobile phome, LewyBody is a deeply intimate account of a man with Alzheimer’s and his family.
Son of Liverpool (13 mins) Dir: Annis Joslin
An intimate portrait of the British artist John Kirby as he prepares for his retrospective exhibition in the city he left 16.
Wild Horses (10 mins)
A compilation of individual monologues exploring thoughts and perceptions of mental health. These monologues originally appeared in Big Lottery Funded, multi-arts promenade performance event Wild Horses, which was performed as part of Brighton Fringe 2012. The project and films were facilitated by Philippa Vafadari of internationally acclaimed, award winning circus theatre company, BandBazi, with film direction from Dan Bridge.
Reverse Too Dir: Gary Cove
A homage to GW Smith. Saxaphone malarkey at the Seven Dials by Tewodros Monk.
This film originally appeared in Big Lottery Funded, multi-arts promenade performance event Wild Horses, which was performed as part of Brighton Fringe 2012. The project and film were facilitated by Philippa Vafadari of internationally acclaimed, award winning circus theatre company, BandBazi, with film direction from Dan Bridge.
Produced in: UK 2012