Shot on 16mm, this Cornish folk horror film unfolds on an uninhabited island in the Celtic Sea where a wildlife volunteer’s daily observations of a rare flower takes a dark turn into the strange and metaphysical.
Mark Jenkin is a filmmaker based in West Cornwall. His unique filmmaking style involves him acting as cinematographer and editor, and often hand-processing his own footage. He won a BAFTA for his feature film Bait, which premiered at Berlinale 2019 and became a significant breakout arthouse hit achieving critical and box office success. Other works include mid-length Bronco’s House and short films Vertical Shapes in a Horizontal Landscape and Hard, Cracked the Wind.
Artistic & technical sheet
Mary Woodvine (The Volunteer), Edward Rowe (The Boatman), Flo Crowe (The Girl) and John Woodvine (The Preacher)
Joe Gray, Mae Voogd
7 Weethes Cottages
Kernow TR18 2RP Penzance - UK
Henry Wood House, 2 Riding House Street
W1W 7FA London - UK
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