A poetry recital titled Water Light Artist film created inside the Distil Ennui Studio London


In Alexander's 'Ophelia' from 'A beautiful announcenemt of death' there is a deep melancholic mourning for a lost love. Mourning is a constant longing for memories to be real, to bring back the past, and ultimately resurrect the dead. This piece speaks of this longing, and a desire to turn back time and re-live and hold onto lost memories.

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written by Sophie Fenella Robins

performed by Alexandra Rachel Mai.

musical score by Daniel McBride & Rae Howell

Cameras by James Butler & Katie Olds

Editing Katie Olds & James Butler

Artists include, in no specific order:

Daniel McBride (composer.musician)

Rae Howell (composer.musician)

Katie Olds (camera operator.editor)

Sophie Fenella Robins (creative writer)

Sophie Newstead (creative writer)

Charli Parker (production design assistant)

James Butler (camera operator.editor)

Eloise Stevens (creative writer)

costume by Charli Parker

with special thanks to Chainy.com, Saatchi & Saatchi & University of Arts London

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