For the first of our Glasgow Film Festival Podcasts Ali spoke to a previous guest, Anthony Baxter, this time around to talk about Eye of the Storm, his documentary about the landscape artist James Morrison.
Anthony discusses why he chose James as his subject, the use of mixed media in the film – especially Catriona Black’s animation, the soundtrack and what it brings to the film, the importance of storytelling, how the art influenced his own work, and a whole lot more.
Here’s the trailer:
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