The Stone Age

An experimental short film combining dance, music and on-screen text to make a visual poem.

A dancer in trackies and a fleece dances by the seaside, while a figure in ancient folk costume looks on, and the words appear on the screen, a poem describing a dialogue debating notions of place, personhood and perspective. Sparingly designed electronic music hisses in the background, as shots of the wild and craggy landscape are interspersed with shots of the dancer, weather-whipped beside a moody and mercurial sea.

It’s weird, it’s like a music video for a poem.