There will be a showing of Off the Cut, the film by Wendy Zakiewicz, at the Bell in Walcot St, Bath this Saturday 16th July 2016, followed by some great sounds.
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Off the Cut, Wendy Zakiewicz’s moving documentary about a Kennet and Avon boater’s struggle against being made homeless through the actions of CRT, provides a unique insight into a community of boaters living on the Kennet and Avon canal.
The film follows a family on their pedal powered boat as they embark on a journey in which their way of life, and that of the whole community, comes under threat.
A Year on the Cut is a new documentary video project by Wendy Zakiewicz and Slack Tide Films, a study of the Kennet and Avon Canal between Bath and Devizes.
Combining interactive, community-sourced elements with a more traditional documentary core in Zakiewicz’s empathic and conversational style, A Year On The Cut will chart the changing seasons and the stories of the boat-dwelling population over the course of 12 months in the Avon valley.
Wendy, a boater on the Kennet and Avon, told us “The project has two aspects to it. One aspect involves getting people along the canal to participate by taking film footage over the course of the year, on any device available (phone, etc), and submitting it to our website. All contributors will have access and be able to use the archive created and I will also be using certain clips as footage for the second part of the project which is a documentary that I am making.”
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