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Offline Iain Fisher

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Re: LOCKDOWN WATCH : SCOTT ANTONY'S TRAVEL AND POEM FILMS
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2020, 09:53:12 PM »
A good tip. I have previously seen a number of his films and they are really good, and perfect for lockdown.

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LOCKDOWN WATCH : SCOTT ANTONY'S TRAVEL AND POEM FILMS
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2020, 09:14:46 PM »
As a lockdown watch its worth checking the short travel and poem photo films of Scott Antony. Lead actor of the Savage Messiah. Over the last twenty years of visiting various countries of the world Scott has created a collection of travel shorts of most though not all of the countries visited covering their arts, cultures and in the moment spontaneous captures.
His most recent visit travels  through India's Rajasthan the countries largest state in a 2,500 km journey featured in two half hour shorts.
Others such as his trio of Shorts highlighting Spanish cultural heritage have a poetry of images set to traditional music. While his ' Winter Passing ' illustrates the changing season in Britains Cotswolds from the onset of winter through to spring with an end narrative by Scott Antony.
Scotts narration based poem and prose shorts give an added resonance to his shorts. The poem films Aldestop, Kelmscott,  and That time of year illustrate Scotts tonality and quality of descriptive voice.  Kelmscott is a guided tour of artisan William Morris's Manor home using his own prose narrated again by Scott Antony.
All the above films are  especially recommended given a positive reception by the Portobello, Gloucester , Stroud and other film festivals for his past screenings.
Scotts photo shorts can be seen on https://vimeo.com/scottantony
His Facebook page complements the vimeo page.

Jon