This Filthy Earth DVD

Andrew Kotting, 2001

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Film Details

Directed by Andrew Kotting

Produced in 2001

Main Language - English

Countries & Regions - British Film

Cast

Demelza Randall, Rebecca R. Palmer, Shane Attwooll, Xavier Tchili

Genres

Contemporary DramaContemporary British FilmContemporary British Film

Film Description

Inspired by Emile Zola’s novel La Terre and John Berger’s Pig Earth, This Filthy Earth tells the tragic story of sisters Kath and Francine whose lives are disrupted by two men – a brutal villager greedy for the girls’ land and a gentle stranger who offers the possibility of escape. Amidst a landscape of rural hardship and a community consumed with superstition, events unfurl which threaten their sibling bond.

DVD Details

Certificate: 15

Publisher: BFI

Length: 106 mins

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 29th June 2009

Cat No: BFIVD842

DVD Extras

  • This Filthy Earth Installation (31 mins) - This single screen presentation is a reworking of a three screen installation first presented at the LAC Gallery in Sigean, France
  • Trailer
  • Shadows Across Baked Earth (An investigation into Local Heritage through Contemporary Art ) - Made during a year as Artist in Residence at Cat' Art
  • Illustrated booklet – with production diary, film essays and reviews.

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