MORE REAL THAN THE EVERYDAY WORLD

Image from 'Moorland Incident', 1951, held by the North West Film Archive

Working with a selection of amateur fiction footage held by North West Film Archive, MORE REAL THAN THE EVERYDAY WORLD reflects on the possibility of collaborating with the original filmmakers through their films, asking what we can know about them through their narrative constructions, and what the writing of these constructions might entail and articulate.

The above seems to me to be what has come through the process of making the work and into the final piece (see ‘Two Propositions’ for a starting point). Thanks to Russell Moss for the camera work, and Paul Carr and Eddie Farrell for the additional music, ‘Dumka’.

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