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TITLE
Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides. November 2000, Lewis. Wrecked yacht. Mackerel fishing
EXTERNAL ID
TCT_PP_056
PLACENAME
Lewis
DISTRICT
Western Isles
DATE OF RECORDING
1 November 2000
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Ian stephen, Ben Stephen
SOURCE
Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust
ASSET ID
3057
KEYWORDS
culture
visual arts
video
documentary
digital
factual work
travelogue
Western Isles
video diary
Millennium
music
Celtic
small pipes
flute
video
videos

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'Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides' is a feature-length digital video documentary commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Arts Centre, North Uist. Filmed throughout 2000, from Barra to the Butt of Lewis, by over 100 people from the Western Isles.

Ian Stephen, an artist/poet/storyteller, describes his grief at the loss of his yacht 'Stella'. Fishing with his son, Ben, helps him to forget.

See also the Stones Swim to Islands, Road Ends Sculpture Project

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Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides. November 2000, Lewis. Wrecked yacht. Mackerel fishing

2000s

culture; visual arts; video; documentary; digital; factual work; travelogue; Western Isles; video diary; Millennium; music; Celtic; small pipes; flute; video; videos

Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust

TCT - Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides (videos)

'Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides' is a feature-length digital video documentary commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Arts Centre, North Uist. Filmed throughout 2000, from Barra to the Butt of Lewis, by over 100 people from the Western Isles.<br /> <br /> Ian Stephen, an artist/poet/storyteller, describes his grief at the loss of his yacht 'Stella'. Fishing with his son, Ben, helps him to forget.<br /> <br /> See also the Stones Swim to Islands, Road Ends Sculpture Project