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In the Shadows of Love
In production


Directed by Anastasia Kirilova
Cinematography Jacob Robinson

Set in Tokyo, this story of heartache and yearning, investigates just how far people might be willing to go in their quest for love, by taking on the feminine perspective of a highly unconventional private detective.
























The Ten Comandments
2015


Directed by 
Kelvin Brown & Jacob Robinson
Commissioned by The Newbridge Project.

A multiple-screen installation where the ruins of Hollywood history become a lens with which to view the ruination of a once vibrant community, and as a way examine the impact of the thousands of vehicles that now drive across the dunes and beaches which once served as locations for DeMille.
The film set, which lay buried in the sands for decades, and which had now been the subject of several archeological digs became the mechanism for a metaphorical excavation of the towns troubled history.
























Dreamland Welcome’s You
2015


Directed by Anastasia Kirilova
Cinematography Jacob Robinson


A cinematic ode to Dreamland.
























Sleeper’s Beat
2013


Directed by Anastasia Kirilova
Cinematography Jacob Robinson
Can a home exist in constant motion? It certainly can and the workers of the Trans-Siberian present this very idea. The train is their home and in one tender voice, they speak of their beloved household and its addictive clank of wheels.
Meanwhile, the Trans-Siberian takes centre stage and reveals its own cinematic character. “It pulls you in,” they say.
























Dry Stone Waller
2013

Directed by 
Kelvin Brown & Jacob Robinson

Filmed and recorded on location in Cumbria Dry Stone Waller uses the process of analog filmmaking to examine the relationship between form, process and notions of craft in British history.
Documentation of the process of dry stone walling dates back 500 years, and survives as the dominant building method in upland areas of Britain, in part due to the collective commitment to keeping what is seen as an important craft alive.