Our collaborative film work often combines original cinematography with voice-over interviews or spoken-word narratives, alongside atmospheric soundscapes and archival material. First- hand accounts and personal insights are central to our practice and we often combine these with historic texts to form a loose guiding structure or narrative to the film. We use the subsequent editing process to layer or weave together these audio and visual connections and contrasts. Such an approach allows us to explore the characteristics of place and people; to create links and allusions between the past and present, especially within the context of social and natural history.
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