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ONE FALLING ONE DIVING:


Inspired by the life and work of Lucia Joyce, daughter of James Joyce, writer of the 1920’s.
Reflecting on a time when women were considered to have a mental illness for expressing
themselves creatively. Through dance, this film explores vulnerability, delusion and insanity.
‘One Diving, One Falling’ is a short dance film combining passion, artistry and beauty to
give the suppressed women of the twentieth century a life of performance in the present.

Written / Choreographed / Performed by Daisy Cauty + Martha Canning.
Directed by Harry Cauty
Produced by Alice Humphreys
Director of Phtotography Jamie Korn.

Made with Arts Council of England, Screen South and Executive Produced by Fly Film.
Winner of the 'Best Experimental Short Film' award at the BFI Future Film Festival, 2017.
Channel 4, Random Acts.

BTS PHOTOGRAPHY BY ME:



WALDEINSAMKEIT:[The Feeling of Being Alone in the Woods]

Waldeinsamkeit (The Feeling of Being Alone in the Woods)', is a 17 minute essay-style documentary
which explores solitude through conversation with several contributors;
Sara in Scotland, Toby in Spain, and Damien in Switzerland.
The film ponders on our fears of loneliness, whilst meditating the difference to that of
chosen solitude, and the benefits it might have on the human condition.
Created by Alice Humphreys & Mateo Ybarra
Featuring
Toby Thompson, Sara Maitland & Damien Salamin
Camera //
Raphael Dubach & Buster Grey-Jung
Sound // Buster Grey-Jung
Featuring Music by Makaya McCraven 

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HIP WHIP:


A playful short docu-fiction about Women’s Roller Derby team; The Surrey Roller Girls. Watch the team play as their Stag Skull spirit animal comes to life, blurring the line between observation and imagination.

Directed and Edited by Alice Humphreys
Produced by Harry Cauty.
Director of Phtotography Jamie Korn

Featuring The Surrey Roller Girls. And 'The Stag' played by Peggy Pollock.

Made with Arts Council of England, Screen South and Executive Produced by Fly Film.

Channel 4, Random Acts.