A Distant Echo by George Clark, 14 November 2017

Beautifully shot on 35mm film in locations ranging from the Mojave Desert to Leeds Library, A Distant Echo plays with movement and light in deserts across Southern California, exploring myth, identity, culture and the construction of history. The landscapes are layered with a dialogue between explorers, revealing the negotiations between an archaeologist from Cairo with members of a tribe who guard ancient tombs lost in the desert. A Distant Echo features an original choral soundtrack composed by Tom Challenger and performed by the Colne Valley Male Voice Choir.

Followed by Q&A with George Clark.

14 November 2017, 6–8pm
Hyde Park Picture House
73 Brudenell Road
Leeds
LS6 1JD

A Distant Echo (2016, c.82min, George Clark, USA/UK)

Reduced price on the door for Pavilion audiences: £7/£6 (usual price £9/£7.50).

Presented by the Leeds International Film Festival in partnership with Pavilion

  • A Distant Echo by George Clark, 14 November 2017