A Year in a Field

UK 2023, 86 mins
Director: Christopher Morris

+ intro and discussion

Filmed in solitude, between the winter solstices of 2020 and 2021, this meditation on the natural world and human impact on the landscape raises questions rather than gives answers. As we watch the seasons change around a 4,000-year-old standing stone, we are invited to focus on small details of life and consider where the impact of climate change is heading.

The post screening discussion will be hosted by Emily Lyons, event producer and OUT OUTDOORS podcast host.

Event presented in association with Kendal Mountain Festival.

A film by: Christopher Morris
Production Company: Bosena
Produced by: Denzil Monk
Written by: Christopher Morris

UK 2023
86 mins

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BFI Southbank has been awarded the National Autistic Society’s Autism Friendly Award.

The next relaxed screenings are:

SCALA!!! + intro by co-director Ali Catterall
Friday 12 January 2024 18.15 NFT3
THE ENIGMA OF KASPAR HAUSER + intro and discussion
Monday 29 January 2024 18:20 NFT3

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Relaxed Screenings

Screenings for neurodivergent audiences, with their companions and assistants.

• Please retain your selected seats for the duration of the performance if possible.

• We support you wearing a face covering if you choose to do so.

• You are welcome to take refreshments into the auditorium but no hot food please.

• Doors will open 30 minutes before the screening.

• No trailers will be shown.

• The programme will be introduced.

• Our house lights will remain on a low level throughout the screening, and the volume will be turned slightly down.

• You will be able to leave the auditorium and return during the screening.

• There will be a quiet space to use if you need to leave the auditorium.

• We understand you may make some noise.

• Please ask us if you need help.

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