This year’s film programme will reveal the earth’s layers, from the drone’s eye view to deep into subterranean fear-inducing bunkers. The programme will be a poetic reflection on the verticality of the earth and how this is rendered. It will feature a selection of rare archival footage, artist’s film, VR and digital reconstruction techniques from archaeologists Dr Alice Watterson and Kieran Baxter. We will also be showing little known classics from Werner Herzog and Busby Berkeley, moving image artists Pierre Bismuth, Emma Charles and Hito Steyerl, and forensic analysis from Laura Poitras, Henrik Moltke and Josh Begley. We will take you on a journey from satellite imagery to the wild underground.
From All Around with Everything
– From Space with The View From Above
— From the Sky with The White Diamond
—- In mid air with Freefall
—– Vertical Living from the High Rise
—— In motion through Elevator Pitch
——– On the ground with Where is Rocky II?
———– Breaking the earth with Rare Minerals
————— Visualising the underground with We Dwell Below.
——————– Sensory deprivation in the caves with Movie Spelunker
——————————- Burying the past with Walk in Fukishima
Tickets now on sale at andfestival.org.uk/tickets/
Enjoy movie marathons? Buy Festival FILM Pass £15/12 conc. Including all the films in the AND Festival programme. This bundle does NOT include the double bill feat. The Descent / Tremors. Want to attend single screenings? Admission £4/3 conc.
Want to explore the full festival? Buy Festival Pass £45/40 conc.
Parking: There will be charged festival parking at the bottom of Arthur’s Way which is about a 10 minute walk from the centre and costs £3 a day.There is some charged parking beside the Visitor Centre and limited free and charged on street parking around Castleton.
The Film programme is supported by BFI Film Hub North.