Breathing Earth – Susumu Shingu’s Dream, UK premiere

Breathing Earth – Susumu Shingu’s Dream will have its UK premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival on 26th June at 18.00 in Filmhouse 1, 88 Lothian Road, Edinburgh. The second screening is on Sunday 30th at 12.40 in Cineworld.

The film is produced by Skyline, Edinburgh and Filmpunkt, Cologne and is Skyline’s fourth collaboration with the director, Thomas Riedelsheimer.

Thomas will be with us on the 26th and we are working on Stefan Tolz, co-producer. The film is shown in the Directors’ Showcase and has been nominated for the Audience Award.

The programme says:

This charming , eloquent film looks at an artist who wants to create a wind-powered community.The story of how Susumu Shingu moves from sculpture to architecture, and why he wants to do it, brings us into contact with a passionate environmental story, a moving exploration of creativity, and a remarkably sweet and engaging human being. The artist’s lifelong “dialogue with the wind and with water” is evoked through beautiful, lustrous imagery and the wisdom of a man who has lived a long life with his eyes wide open.

Public Sales open Monday 3rd June at 10am. Filmhouse members’ sales 10am Thursday 30th May.

This is Thomas’ third film to be shown at EIFF. Rivers and Tides, Andy Goldsworthy working with Time premiered in 2001 and Touch the Sound – a Sound Journey with Evelyn Glennie in 2004
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