23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
100 years of archival footage in the guise of an experimental film. The magic, charm, and disorder of rural life. Cinematic memories of folk festivals, masked processions, sowing, and harvesting. The electro-acoustic music helps to define this film essay showing the beauty, brutality, and madness of rural Britain.
Scottish director and screenwriter Paul Wright (1981) earned a Golden Leopard at Locarno in 2009 for his film Believe. Until the River Runs Red earned a BAFTA Award in 2011 and the Grand Prix at the Prague Short Film Festival in 2012.
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|producer:||Adrian Cooper, John Archer, Mark Atkin|
|hudba:||Adrian Utley, Will Gregory|