'I always say that perfection is something you aim for. You mustn't ever get there. If you did, then it suddenly becomes a bit boring.' -Bill Selway Robson
Bill makes and repairs the most magnificent musical instruments, all by hand, strictly in the style of the 18th century. When is something deemed to be perfect? And do we ever want it to be so?
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Who is Green Renaissance? We are a tiny collective of 4 passionate filmmakers (Warren, Jacky, Michael and Justine). We live off-grid and dedicate our spare time to making films that we hope will inspire and share ideas.
Equipment used - Sony FS7 with still lenses
Music sourced from Audio Network.
Gothic Toccata - by Ben Parry, Alexander L'Estrange
Etiquette - by David Tobin, Jeff Meegan
In the Parlour - by Julian Gallant
The Merry Statesman - by Paul Mottram
Caprice - by Mark Johns
Sound mix by Tamryn Breakey and Stef Albertyn