A PECULIAR SHADE OF BLUE
A FILMIC STUDY ON THE NATURE OF GRIEF
In these changing times, sorrow is something we have to learn to give to.
As a species - the layers we face are many.
to chart a spacious and rhythmic journey through the nature of grief
in our times.
They carry intent to open out its language as an essential and natural part of the human experience. . . to dissolve taboo around its expression, so we can better understand its role in renewal.
Film-theatre artist, ROWAN JACQUELINE entwines solo performance with the land as each film works in isolation, yet together combine as a complete experience.
Through the lens of DEEP TIME, the human form in motion against the achingly beautiful landscape of the Cornish coast casts a stark mirror to the intimate, yet forgotten connection between human and earth.
Here, the audience are invited to enter a process of exploration within a structure that hopes to create enough space between SLOW CINEMA and the rough hands of sorrow to find personal points of resonance,
and connection beyond isolation.