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Adlais is a film made in the Dyffryn Nantlle Valley, Gwynedd Wales. It seeks to explore the visual and sonic potential of the now abandoned Dorothea and Pen-Yr-Orsedd Slate Quarries."James Davoll’s Adlais (2017), an excellent place-portrait of the disused Dorothea and Pen-Yr-Orsedd slate quarries in Wales’s Dyffryn Nantlle Valley, is a document of the artist’s own walking itineraries as much as it is an imaginative – and yes, tripod-fixed – response to landscape."Pattinson (2018), Steady-stare surveillance, or the spatial turn in nonfiction films, Sight and Sound

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Author(s): Davoll J

Publication type: Digital or Visual Media

Publication status: Published

Year: 2019

Publisher: Carmarthen Bay Film Festival

Place Published: Llanelli

Type: Short Film