Enys Men (15)

Sun 8 , Fri 13 - Thu 19 January

Cornwall | 2022 | 96’ | 15 | Mark Jenkin | Mary Woodvine, Edward Rowe

On an uninhabited island off the Cornish coast in 1973, a wildlife volunteer’s daily observations of a rare flower take a dark turn into the strange and metaphysical, forcing her to question what is real and what is nightmare. Is the landscape not only alive but sentient? Shot on grainy 16mm film stock, this is a mind-bending follow up to Bait.

Join us for a Q&A with Mark Jenkin on 8 Jan.


Kernow | 2022 | 96’ | 15 | Mark Jenkin | Mary Woodvine, Edward Rowe

War enys dhiannedh dhe'n arvor Kernow yn 1973, aspiansow pubdedhyek a vleujen wyls gans bodhoges godhvewnans a gemmer tro dewl dhe'n tu koynt ha metafisigel, ow herdhya an vodhoges dhe wovyn pyth yw gwir ha pyth yw hulla. Eus sensys dhe'n dirwedh keffrys ha'y bos bew? Fylmys war fylm greunek 16mm, hemm yw sewyans brys-plegya dhe Bait.

+ Omjunyewgh genen rag Govynnow ha Gorthebow gans Mark Jenkin 8ves mis Genver.



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