- 98 min
- Directed by: Andrew Kotting
- UK release: 20 July 2012
Filmmaker Kotting and writer Iain Sinclair travel by swan pedalo from Hastings to the site of the Olympic Stadium. With contributions from Stewart Lee and Alan Moore, it’s a rich and idiosyncratic snapshot of local identity, with the Olympics (of which Sinclair is a critic) as a subtle underlying theme.
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Swandown14 Aug 2012
Experimental filmmaker Andrew Kötting and writer Iain Sinclair swan their way to the Olympic stadium
In a journey reminiscent of his debut feature Gallivant (where he travelled around the coastline of the UK with his daughter and grandmother in tow) the experimental filmmaker takes a swan pedalo from Hastings and pedals it to the site of the Olympic…
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