Cailleach

Screens in “Unseen Worlds – Documentary Shorts” program
Saturday, September 19 at 12:30 p.m.

Director: Rosie Reed Hillman
14 min.

Step into the well-worn shoes of Morag, an 86-year-old woman who lives alongside her 12 sheep in the Scottish Island home where five generations of her family lived before her. This is a portrait of a woman as she contemplates the next chapter in her life; Morag shares her unique sense of independence, attitude toward mortality, and the connection she has to her roots.

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ROSIE REED HILLMAN
Rosie Reed Hillman is a photographer and film maker based in Sheffield. Rosie is interested in projects which draw on her professional experience working in housing, domestic abuse and with young people to create unexpected portraits of those underrepresented on film and other visual art. She is passionate about the potential for film to make positive change by tackling and exploring difficult subjects, through collaboration with subjects, and screenings which reach those who are not always able to access the world of film. Rosie has an MA in Visual Anthropology from the University of Manchester, this is her first commission.