Commissioned By The Debating Nature's Value Network and supported by funding from Arts Council England
'The Flaming Rage of the Sea' explores the constructed and ever-changing landscape of the Cambridgeshire Fenlands, a region below sea level.
Reflecting notions of embodied landscape, the film features choreographed stilt performers and a complex soundtrack, which includes a seventeenth century drainage resistance poem and Oral histories from the area.
This poetic film speaks of change, migration, imported technologies and the precariousness of raising sea levels.
© Rosanna Greaves 2018