Art Films


I am drawn to the river, to float in my wet suit, suspended, weightless above another world.

This film is an experiment in underwater filming, observing the changing body of the river through the seasons.

Music: ‘Animals’ by James Etherington, sung by hortus vocalis and conducted by Markus Wettstein

Just an Entrée

The filmmaker narrates a series of dreams with water themes, dreamt over the course of a year during which she went to New Zealand. The film captures how closely her dream world and the material world she explores run parallel, and sometimes interweave, reality becoming dream-like. Both worlds are imbued with mystery and a sense of omnipresent danger.
Selected for screening at the 2012 Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.

The Voice of Redwater

The Voice of Redwater is an artist’s film about the journey a stream makes from its source on a Pennine moor to its confluence with the Calder River. Five women set out to meet the stream and listen to its voice, and to them it reveals itself. ‘I am life. I am instinct. I am we, we collective, coming together in this instinctual, primeval knowing of finding movement.’ Redwater has much to say about its relationship to humans and leaves a deep impression on the listeners.