14th February 2012
We have begun the year full of vim and vigour. 2012 looks to be a fantastic year and we hope it is the same for you. Sophie went to North Norway and attended the the amazing Sami festival and then travelled with Inga and Ula, traditional reindeer herders. Finally we stood amazed under the Northern Lights.
Meanwhile, back in London, Liberty finished a short film called Love Locks – just in time for Valentine’s Day. Click on the link to take a look!
Happy Valentine’s from us to you…
Passion makes the old medicine new:
Passion lops off the bough of weariness.
Passion is the elixir that renews:
how can there be weariness when passion is present?
Oh, don’t sigh heavily from fatigue:
seek passion, seek passion, seek passion!
“Passion makes the old medicine new” Rumi
With love, Liberty & Sophie xx
“Dreamers of Dreams” explores the unconscious dreams of a group of London teenagers.Sophie received funding in early 2011 from the London Borough Film Fund to make this experimental documentary in collaboration with a very talented group of students from Westminster Kingsway College and the ever wonderful House of Fairy Tales.
This was a brave move for the funders and we are very appreciative that they gave us this opportunity.
Sophie and our esteemed director of photography, Nicholas Canfield, travelled to the Arctic Circle in search of lights, the Sami People and reindeer racing! Our trip began in Tromso and ended in the far reaches of Whale Island. It was a great success and we are thrilled with our footage.
We are putting together a taster for you all to see very soon. We plan to return to Norway later this year and follow a particular family of Sami People. We are very excited by this project and we hope you will be too. It combines our two favourite things – wonderful people and epic nature.