Wherever We Live Now was written by Elizabeth Rimmer and forms part of her eponymous collection, though the poem lives under the title of ‘Visiting the Dunbrody Famine Ship.’¬†This film came while Alastair was concentrating on two other films, which were be part of a solo film, photography and glass show How the Land Lies in Edinburgh in spring 2012.

This is also a farewell to Kodak, of sorts, as there’ll never really be a goodbye embrace- entirely made from Kodachrome Super8, wildly out of date. And a homage to my solace, Portobello.¬†Thanks to Erstlaub for the sound design, a drone star.