NIDDER

by Stanley SCHTINTER
2019 / Super 16mm / color / sound / 1S / 20' 41

Nidder: 'to keep under; to pinch with cold or hunger; to molest.’

America’s most important military surveillance base, Menwith Hill, is the target of a nuclear attack, resulting in the total removal of the English dale, Nidder, where the base had been located.

In nearby Bradford, a Sufi Brotherhood of musicians recover in song the landscape and its people lost, including Lindis Percy, the prominent peace campaigner and lifelong National Health Service midwife, and Geoff Workman, a man who spent 105 days occupying the vast cave networks underneath the dale ‘to study the effects of darkness and the absence of time on people’.


post production: ATELIER 105

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distribution format DCP on server (SMPTE 2K)
screen 1,66 - Panoramic (single screen)
speed 24 fps
sound sound
original language English
translation French (Embedded subtitles)
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