A Field in England – a mashup

By Ætheric Anomalies

Drone, ambience and cinematography meet in this mashup of Ben Wheatley’s ‘A Field in England’ with additional material from Julian House Trailer’s for that same film.

This was originally performed by Ætheric Anomalies, an alias of the Psychogeographical Commission at A Little Bit of Theatre, The 13th Note, Glasgow, 27th Nov 2013

A Field in England from Ætheric Anomalies on Vimeo.

 

 

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