Wild Winter, narrated by Hel Robin Gurney, is a short film documenting some of Britain’s most fascinating winter wildlife. Although we may still be losing much of our native fauna and flora, it still has the ability to transport you to an age more wild before.
Wildlife shown: grey squirrel, sika deer, grey plover, redshank, starling murmuration.
Directed by Ash Welch | Twitter: @ashtag066
Poem & narration by Hel Robin Gurney
Assistance from Dan Ringrow, Zuhrah Rahman.
Music: ‘Slow motion’ by bensound.com & ‘Island paradise’ by http://www.purple-planet.com.
Hel Robin Gurney is a poet, performer, fiction and non-fiction writer, and escaped academic. Their most recent projects were fairytale solo show “The Sleeping Princess” (Edinburgh Fringe, 2016) and the libretto for experimental opera “The Lion-Faced Man” (Tête à Tête Festival, 2015).
WordPress: helgurney.wordpress.com | Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/helgurney | Twitter: @hel_gurney