A feature about the Dualchas exhibit at the Venice Biennale has appeared in the cultural magazine The Skinny. Written by Stacey Hunter, the article is based around an interview with film director Peter Marsden, who created the film for the exhibition. He speaks of the benefit of collaborating with people from different creative industries, and how enjoyable the process was.

This was equally true for the architects at Dualchas who loved working with an array of talent which included not just Peter, but award-winning writer Cal Flyn and sound artist Hector MacInnes. Spectacular drone footage of Skye was captured by cinematographer Peter Keith, who has worked on global productions, including Nae Pasaran and Game of Thrones. The other talented cinematographers who worked on the project were Leon Brehony and Owen Laird, with the producer being Marcy Paterson.

The 4-screen film, called simply Dualchas, can be seen in Venice at the Arsenale until the 25th of November. There are also plans to tour the exhibition around Scotland. See here for a link to the Skinny article:


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