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Ratings & Reviews

  1. El Biffo's rating of the film Skinningrove

    A narrated slideshow, an intimate portrait of a small fishing village in Northern England. Great images of kids and teenagers.

  2. εξώτερο Διάστημα's rating of the film Skinningrove

    Their ordinary is our history, their dailiness is our temporal alterity: "Skinningrove" is an ethnographic account of sorts, although it doesn’t speak of a different culture, more like of subcultural ripples that shape a community’s physiognomy at a certain moment, leaving the traditional (read: occupational) base untouched. What’s intriguing is not the way the village echoes larger trends of the time, this is hardly

  3. Brotherdeacon's rating of the film Skinningrove

    This short film expands and contracts through time, through process, in and out of people's lives and personal drama, through an artist's memory and plans for his work, through stiff fixed grain on a plate camera negative; to pixels on a scanned image; to a reflection in a computer monitor; to a back light image on a screen; to the motion capturing of Michael Almereyda more than 25 years after the original plane of

  4. filmcapsule's rating of the film Skinningrove

    Very poignant film about the power of photography and time. Each photo is bursting with temporality - far from static - and inevitably stained with sadness and loss.