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Wales Premiere


22 minutes
Genres: Poetic
Content Warnings: Adult Language
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familiar country, place that one knows, kinsfolk, relations. 

KITH is a short film directed by Ruth Jones produced by Holy Hiatus in collaboration with People Speak Up, Llanelli. It features movement artist Indigo Tarran and spoken word by fourteen community writers based in West Wales. KITH allows access to the usually private realms of domestic and internal worlds; spaces where joy, claustrophobia, bonds, chaos, love, grief, crisis and loss sit side by side. What does it mean to be part of a family? How does one's own identity change when the family shifts and changes – when people leave or arrive through birth, death or voluntary/involuntary separation? How does the passage of time alter our perception of family dynamics? What do the places we inhabit mean to us? What creative testaments could there be to powerful internal shifting processes, endurance and surrender to new realities? Kith is an opportunity for people of west Wales to tell and share their life stories.
KITH is filmed in the post-industrial and rural landscapes of west Wales
Studio: Holy Hiatus
Producers: Holy Hiatus
From: GB
Produced In: GB
Directors: Ruth Jones
Writers: Bee RichardsCaryl Jones PughCeri PhillipsStephen TreharneMargaret DaviesKris GroganRufus MufasaHilary WickersLynne BebbLouise Bretland-TreharneDominic WilliamsEliot BaronHannah PickeringMorganna de la Fae
Lead Actors: Indigo Tarran
Key Crew: Simon Huntley
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