A Year in a Field

A Year in a Field Twelve A

86 minutes

BAFTA-winning documentarian Christopher Morris reflects upon human existence, its relationship to the environment and the urgent need for compassion and transformation in this elegiac, meditative film. Weathering the elements in the centre of a field in West Cornwall is the Longstone, a natural relic that has quietly witnessed 4,000 years of tumultuous history. Morris’s film records a year in the long life of this monolith, beginning on Winter Solstice 2020, as the effects of climate change around the globe become more and more vivid a reality. Beautifully shot, with a richly layered sound design, the film meditates on the passage of time through its appreciation of nature, highlighting the subtle shifts of the seasons, and the need to act to conserve these delicate ecosystems amid the man-made forces assailing our planet.

Show times

Calendar Date & Time

Sat 09 March 2024, 7.30pm

Interval

There will be an interval during this film

Runtime

86 min

Pin Location

Cawley Hall, Eye
HR6 0DS

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

07771 798712 www.cawleyhall.org.uk

Additional information:

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Bar and interval ice creams will be available. This screening is part of the Borderlines Film Festival 2024.

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £5.50

Child: £3.00

Calendar Date & Time

Thu 14 March 2024, 7.30pm

Runtime

86 min

Pin Location

Leintwardine Community Centre
SY7 0LB

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

07572 442903

Additional information:

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Tickets also available from Griffiths Garage and on the door. Licensed bar and refreshments from 7pm. This screening is part of the Borderlines Film Festival 2024.

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £5.50

Child: £2.50

Calendar Date & Time

Sun 17 March 2024, 2.30pm

Runtime

86 min

Pin Location

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard
HR7 4LL

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

01885 488575; www.conquest-theatre.co.uk

Additional information:

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This screening is part of the Borderlines Film Festival 2024.

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £8.50

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