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Debatable Space Film


'Waterfall’ is an essay film about memory and grief and how they are embedded in the landscape. It is about how resonances are created in the physical environment that trigger memories and spirals of thought that rove through politics, past love affairs and mental illness. It is about connections, it is about how water flows like memory and how memory and grief are always present if not always seen, as though lurking underwater.

Directed & Written: Tom Lock Griffiths
Produced by: Claire Oakley
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London Short Film Festival 2017 

Aesthetica Film Festival 2016 

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