A collaborative, multi-disciplinary project by film maker Edwin Mingard, musician Isaac Sakima and Craghead Colliery Band, a traditional brass band from an ex-mining village in the North of England. The project centres around the culture of brass music, which it uses as a metaphor for ideas around community and belonging. It plays as an immersive screen sound and film installation, a structural metaphor for the story it tells through music. The project screened at Durham International Festival, UK, until 21st July 2014 and then at the London Short Film Festival (2015).
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An original commission for Brass: Durham International Festival
Performed and composed by Isaac Sakima and the Craghead Colliery Band
Directed by Edwin Mingard
Produced by Satellite Films
Production Manager Aaron King
Lighting Camera Nye Williams
Production Designer Janine Prevost
Production Designer Bryony Taylor
Architect/3D design consultancy Emma Kilday
CAD modelling Errin Quinn
Construction John Barrett
Thanks to The management, staff and clientele of the Craghead Victory Club; Jamie at Picture Canning North; Ludy, Vic and Bar Prague; Ronnie at Vinyl; Deptford Cinema; Colin Robson; an army of supportive friends.