Sunday 6 October 2019
Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden
A limited number of free tickets for this special screening are available from National Theatre Scotland.
“So there I lie … between the fire of the rock and the fire of the sun, scree, soil and water, moss, grass, flower and tree, insect, bird and beast, wind, rain and snow – the total mountain.” — Nan Shepherd, The Living Mountain
Join us for a special screening of How The Earth Must See Itself (A Thirling) alongside a Q & A with the film’s creators, Simone Kenyon and Lucy Cash, at Scottish Sculpture Workshop on Sunday 6 October.
How The Earth Must See Itself (A Thirling) is a new short film conceived and developed by Simone Kenyon and Lucy Cash. It is created in response to the Into The Mountain performances and takes inspiration from celebrated Scottish poet and writer Nan Shepherd and her book The Living Mountain.
The event will also include a screening of a short documentary about the making of the film. Refreshments will be available.
How The Earth Must See Itself will be available online from 19 September 2019