In the weeks before his passing, Philip Gould describes his intimate experience and relationship with the notion of the 'death zone'. In his final days he decides on a portrait. An image of himself, standing upon his grave site. Gould sends an impassioned message that reframes the perspective of life in the face of terminal illness. The portrait is on permanent exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Director & Photographer: Adrian Steirn
Assistant Director: Harriet Pratten
Director Of Photography: Damon Hyland
Video Editor: Benjamin Haskins
Cinematography: Richard Gregory, Oran O'Reilly, James Suter
Colour: Leon Visser
Graphics: Zee Muller
Behind The Scenes Photography: Gary Van Wyk
Screenwriter: Andy Ellis
Production Assistant: Emily Forbes
Producer: Nicola Howson
Executive Producers: Matthew Freud, Elisabeth Murdoch
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