Selected for screening at the 2012 Greater Manchester Fringe Festival, also 'Journeys and Migrations' exhibition at Hand Made in Bradford, and shortlisted for the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York. The filmmaker narrates a series of dreams with water themes, dreamt over the course of a year during which she went to New Zealand. The film captures how closely her dream world and the material world she explores run parallel, and sometimes interweave, reality becoming dream-like. Both worlds are imbued with mystery and a sense of omnipresent danger.
'What I loved about your film was the collision of different levels. And especially how the dream narration wasn’t subordinate to the visual. They were equal. I think that in such juxtapositions we can bring forth the knowledge we need now.
But the thing I loved most about your film was your portrait of Sandy. You sort of say “look and listen and learn”, and I was greatly affected both by her and your looking at her, which also said a lot about you.' Michael Turnbull
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