A dance film by Simon Ellis & Tim Halliday.

One man’s obsession with solitude, dance and digital memory.

Music: Red Right Hand”
Written by Cave/Harvey/Wylder (Mute Music/Mushroom Music Publishing)

Year: 2009
Length: 7.25min (+ credits)
Format: PAL, 16:9
Audio: Dolby stereo


  • VeNe Associazione’s SET me free, Venezia, Movimenti di Macchina, 12 March 2017
  • Loikka Festival, Helsinki Finland, 25 — 27 March 2010
  • dança em foco — Festival Internacional de Vídeo & Dança, Brasil, August — September 2009
  • ADF Dancing for Camera, Durham, North Carolina, 10 — 12 July 2009
  • DANCE:FILM Scotland, Edinburgh, 21 — 30 May 2009
  • The Fishmarket, Northampton, 21 May 2009
  • Screendance at The Park Gallery in Falkirk, Scotland 25 April–9 May 2009
  • moves 09 in Manchester, UK on 26 April 2009
  • The Picturedrome in Northampton, UK on 25 March 2009 (13:00), including post film discussion
  • Horse Bazaar in Melbourne on 27 January 2009
  • Official selection at The International Video Dance Festival of Le Breuil in France, 14 March, 2009
  • Montage Video Dance Festival as part of the FNB Dance Umbrella Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa, 6 March, 2009
  • Selected for presentation at Dance and Media Japan in Yokohama Japan, 7 February, 2009
  • Premiere at Videodansa (for The Barcelona Prize) in Barcelona, 8–11 January, 2009

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