When Scottish folk meets a music experimentalist in the form of Aidan Moffat. This is a music road trip with a difference where new versions of the folk music standards are met with a varied reception. Directed by Paul Fegan and edited by David Arthur.
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A different perspective on presenting the mother-child relationship - My Mother is Pink is the road tripthat aims to heal. As Malou Gabriella and her blue-painted son head off in her camper van it’s a time of discovery and recollection. Tender, free and revealing. Directed by Cecilie Debell and edited by Jella Bethmann.
A poetic account of a taxi driver's life in Bangkok. I love this as it's shot analogue and has a genuine emotional quality. The lines that resonated strongly with me are "In between jobs I ride and ride. It's the only time I feel free." Traveling however short or long can always be a great medicine. Lovely calming work by Kaj Jeffries.