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Moving Images are delighted to be taking part in this years Creative Peebles Festival in Peebles town Centre, Scottish Borders.

 

We'll be parked right outside Eastgate Theatre on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August, 11:00am - 4:00pm.

Moving Images will be screening 35mins of short films by local and national filmmakers on the hour throughout the day.

 

Tickets: £5

Available from the box office on the day or in advance  

 

Box Office: 01721 725 777

Shivering River
Shivering River

Shivering River (03:00mins) Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library, Shivering River is part of the triptych is called “The Life Breath Songs – toward a nature poem, written by the people of Scotland”, and is curated and arranged by Scotland’s Makar Kathleen Jamie. The cycle was directed and edited by Alastair with sound by Luca Nasciuti, cinematography by James William Norton and is read by Eilidh Cormack.

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Beyond The Routes
Beyond The Routes

Beyond The Routes explores the idea of what we feel and hear versus what we see with images of trees captured in other parts of the where feeling rooted can be a way to find that elusive quality of quietness and peace. Made as part of Moving Image Makers Collective Conversations With a Forest Project.

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So Little Time
So Little Time

So Little Time (02:30mins) James Wyness Our inability to deal with climate change and extinction. We are left with ritual.

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Life Breath Song
Life Breath Song

Life Breath Song (3:00 mins) Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library, Shivering River is part of the triptych is called “The Life Breath Songs – toward a nature poem, written by the people of Scotland”, and is curated and arranged by Scotland’s Makar Kathleen Jamie. The cycle was directed and edited by Alastair Cook with sound by Luca Nasciuti, cinematography by James William Norton and is read by Eilidh Cormack.

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Conversations with Ogham
Conversations with Ogham

Conversations with Ogham (04:23mins) The Moving Image Makers Collective. A Moving Image Makers Collective film produced collaboratively from a group filmmaking ritual carried out during the MIMC 'Conversations with a Forest' project 16-19 September 2021. In the 'Conversations' project, ten artists took up residence in Ruberslaw forest in the Scottish Borders to make work for an audience of forest beings. The visual and audio material is derived from an Ogham divination ritual.

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Portrait Landscape
Portrait Landscape

Portrait Landscape (01:07 mins) Jessie Growden One walk around a familiar woodland in the aftermath of a storm, arranged to re-erect its casualties and make the horizon turn.

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Unconformity
Unconformity

Unconformity (04:50 mins) Jules Horne

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Film the Forest No 4 | Chemistry, process and light.
Film the Forest No 4 | Chemistry, process and light.

Film the Forest No 4 | Chemistry, process and light. (05:04 mins) Jason Moyes The artist is the conduit in a process where the essence of the forest is captured on film, and presented back in an act of devotion. A subtle ritual of movements, the warmth and light from the sun and the passing of time sparks decomposition. There is re-birth as the flora and fauna of the forest floor create the spirit of the landscape as a visual form.

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Screenshot 2022-08-25 at 20.28.52

Are we Listening (03:00mins) Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library, Shivering River is part of the triptych is called “The Life Breath Songs – toward a nature poem, written by the people of Scotland”, and is curated and arranged by Scotland’s Makar Kathleen Jamie. The cycle was directed and edited by Alastair with sound by Luca Nasciuti, cinematography by James William Norton and is read by Eilidh Cormack.

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