From the Sea to the Land Beyond: Live Screenings

May 23, 2016 4:49 pm


Penny Woolcock’s From the Sea to the Land Beyond, our film about Britain’s relationship with the coast captured on film, will be screening at a number of events this Summer. Including showings with a live accompaniment of the score by British Sea Power.

4 June 2016  – Transylvania Film Festival – Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) is the first and the largest international feature film festival in Romania. Transilvania IFF’s main goal is the promotion of cinematic art by presenting some of the most innovative and spectacular films of the moment that feature both originality and independence of expression.
British Sea Power will accompany the screening of the film with the live version of the score.

5 August 2016 – Wilderness Festival – Oxfordshire, UK
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Wilderness Festival invites the outdoors back into the heart of artistic experience. This truly wild festival aims to balance our everyday busyness with an epic weekend of nature, creativity, curiosity, arts and culture. The Waterfront stage will bring you three days of workshops, talks and unique musical experiences on the theme of water and landscape.
Experience a truly unique unplugged set with nature-loving alt-rockers British Sea Power before settling down to watch an open air showing of their film From the Sea to the Land Beyond.

14 August 2016 – Harvest From The Deep Festival – North Shields, UK
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Harvest From The Deep originated with a print magazine on music, sport and popular culture. The name Harvest From The Deep is a translation of Messis Ab Altis, taken from the coat of arms for the former borough of Tynemouth – the slogan stemming from the way the community at the mouth of the Tyne was built on the deep land (mining) and the deep sea (fishing, shipbuilding). British Sea Power will play live to a screening of our film From The Sea to The Land Beyond. Taking place in a former Victorian police station, the festival will also feature performances from Pauline Murray, Richard Dawson and Warm Digits, with more acts to be added.

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