Arts Council of Wales Research and Development Grant/Peak (Film, 28mins)

Thieves Again explores lived experiences and perspectives of the Black Mountains in South Wales, piecing together a portrait of community and belonging in contemporary Welsh rural life.

‘Composed with integrity and intimacy these snapshots of lives lived within the Black Mountains open up vistas of possibility that even Bruce Chatwin would have applauded’.

- Andrew Kötting

‘A vivid act of witness to often overlooked lives, labour and landscapes by a young film-maker whose sensitivity, combined with a subtle eye and ear, derive from the authority of a shared and common ground’.

- Gareth Evans, Adjunct Moving Image Curator, Whitechapel Gallery

Arts Council of Wales Research and Development Grant/Peak (Film, 28mins)
Arts Council of Wales Research and Development Grant/Peak (Film, 28mins)

Thieves Again explores lived experiences and perspectives of the Black Mountains in South Wales, piecing together a portrait of community and belonging in contemporary Welsh rural life.

‘Composed with integrity and intimacy these snapshots of lives lived within the Black Mountains open up vistas of possibility that even Bruce Chatwin would have applauded’.

- Andrew Kötting

‘A vivid act of witness to often overlooked lives, labour and landscapes by a young film-maker whose sensitivity, combined with a subtle eye and ear, derive from the authority of a shared and common ground’.

- Gareth Evans, Adjunct Moving Image Curator, Whitechapel Gallery

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