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Artist Film, Documentary
This documentary sees experimental British director Andrew Kotting artfully explore themes of nostalgia, memory and place to produce an absorbing portrait of his daughter. 23 year-old Eden - who has a neurological disorder - was last seen on film as a little girl in the equally original Gallivant. In this outing Kötting captures the joy Eden experiences painting still life and subtly sews in poignant images and sounds from his eclectic archive. Reveling in a minimal budget and a remote family home location in the Pyrenees, Kötting sculpts a compelling, personal and extraordinarily unique piece of film.
Genuinely unlike any other British film you will have ever seen, This Filthy Earth shows the English countryside as a place full of brutality.
16+ years 106 mins
Highly unusual and equally original, Gallivant is an amazing journey through (or, in fact, around) modern Britain.
14+ years 100 mins
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