iPhone/ Colour/Sound/8 minutes 11 seconds
English, Romansh with English subtitles.
‘… in a world rocked by greed, misunderstanding and fear, with the imminence of collapse into unbelievable horrors, it is still possible and justifiable to find important the exact placing of two pebbles.’ Jim Ede
The hour between dog and wolf, is an indeterminate time. It is the moment when day becomes night, when just briefly at dusk, one thing can be taken for another: friend for foe, sleep for death, you for me, dog for wolf. These scenes from a coast where the Roman fleet is thought to have first landed in Britain – in a language thought to be closest in sound to spoken Latin – are part of an ongoing philosophical enquiry set on the historic Isle of Thanet. The screenplay is adapted from writings by Virginia Woolf and Raul Ruiz.
2020 McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco USA
2019 Crossroads 10 SF Cinematheque/SFMOMA USA
2019 Ramsgate Festival of Sound, UK