REMNANTS is a non-verbal 36 min. 2k widescreen film that explores the rise and fall of the Neolithic civilisation of Britain via motion controlled, digital timelapse cinematography.

World premiere: 'Widescreen Weekend' event, Bradford International Film Festival 2013:
nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/Films/BIFF/2013/R/Remnants.aspx

In one of the longest continuous cultural developments ever known, for nearly 3000 years the people of the Neolithic era constructed some of the most enduring monuments in the world – standing stones and stone circles. Having been dismissed for centuries by much of academia as the work of "illiterate barbarians," research in the 20th and 21st centuries by a handful of persistent investigators has revealed these Megalithic sites to be not only amongst the oldest, but perhaps the most profound.

Little is known of this civilisation, and its people have all but vanished without trace. All that is left are their remnants, and they too, in the crush of ‘progress’ are disappearing.

Photographed throughout the UK and Ireland, and set to an original 5.1 music score by Thorsten Quaeschning (of Tangerine Dream and Picture Palace Music), REMNANTS captures the essence and austere beauty of these sites, suggests and reveals their purposes, and poses an important question to our own contemporary position.

History has proven repeatedly that no civilisation can last indefinitely. Is it not unlikely that we shall share the same fate?

SKY-SKAN
presents

REMNANTS

Directed, Photographed, Edited & Produced by
GRANT WAKEFIELD

Music Composed, Performed, Produced & Mixed by
THORSTEN QUAESCHNING
picture-palace-music.com

Executive Producer
GLENN SMITH - SKY-SKAN Europe GmbH
skyskan.com

ancientskies.info

grantwakefield.com

Principal DCP release: 2k Widescreen (2.38:1 - 2048 x 858) - 36 mins. - 24fps

All material captured at + above 4k RAW resolution.

Custom aspect + reduced length versions are available on request.

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