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How The Earth Must See Itself (A Thirling)

How The Earth Must See Itself (A Thirling)

Simone Kenyon, Lucy Cash
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Synopsis

A homage to Scotland’s Cairngorm Mountains, based on the book The Living Mountain by Nan Shepherd and performance project Into The Mountain by Simone Kenyon.

Festivals and awards

Glasgow Short Film Festival
Inverness film festival

Lucy Cash

Lucy Cash is an interdisciplinary artist and choreographer. Originally from a background in performance, she began her career with a New Director’s Award from the BFI / FilmFour. Since then she has made artists’ film and video projects for gallery exhibition and site specific spaces, as well as single screen films, radio, and live performance. Her work has been shown on television (Ch4, Filmfour, BBC4 and BBC2) and in gallery spaces and at festivals both internationally and within the UK.

FILMOGRAFÍA:

A Place Less Imaginable
Common Salt (A Lament)
Einstein and the Honey Bee
Ensimismarse, or, the doorstep, the neighbours, the roof…
Goat Island films (DVD)
How The Earth Must See Itself (A Thirling)
Lines of Repair
Memory Has No Grammar
My Mountain
Palm Trees of Hackney
Requiem for the Redhead?
Sheltering the Night (Re-enactment)
Sight Reading (Redux)
Subtitles
We Shall Trip The Light Fantastic
Winterage (Rhinestone Cowboy)

Simone Kenyon

Simone Kenyon is a performer, artist and producer born in Bradford, West Yorkshire. She works extensively with walking, and in collaboration with other artists and dancers. In 2006, with the dancer Tamara Ashley, she made ‘The Pennine Way: The Legs that Make Us’, a durational art project in the form of a walk, creating a performance lecture about the project for ROAM a weekend of walking at Loughborough University in 2008, and a book published by Brief Magnetics in 2007. With Andrew Brown and Katie Doubleday, she instigated the ‘Open City’ project in 2006, exploring the organization and control of behaviour in the public realm.

Production company: National Theatre of Scotland and Scottish Sculpture Workshop
Direction: Lucy Cash, Simone Kenyon
Cinematography: Peter Emery
Edition: Lucy Cash
Sound: Pete Smith
Music: Hanna Tuulikki
Cast: Jo Hellier, Claricia Parinussa, Caroline Reagh, Keren Smail y Petra Söör
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