From the Sea to the Land Beyond
Rail, Road and Sea • Documentary, UR
This fascinating and moving film by award-winning director Penny Woolcock is a lyrical portrait of Britain's coastline, created through an exquisite combination of evocative archive footage - drawn from the BFI National Archive - and stirring music. Brighton-based band British Sea Power set the course for this cinematic voyage with an original score that ebbs and flows with the natural sound of seagulls, ship and snippets of speech.
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