The Road to Zennor

 
Winner of the Experimental category at London Short Film Festival, this haiku-like love letter to the enduring analogue power of Kodak's Ektachrome emulsion evokes the delicate and evanescent moods of late autumn Cornwall.

Director's Biography
Mark Jenkin: Mark Jenkin was born in Cornwall, Great Britain, in 1970. He is an associate of Falmouth University where he lectures film and is the author of the "Silent Landscape Dancing Grain 13 Film Manifesto", promoting the possibilities of handmade film. He has made over 50 short films since 1997. In 2019, he made the short "Hard, Cracked the Wind" and the feature "Bait", which premiered at the Berlinale 2019.

Film Selection: Hard, Cracked the Wind (2019, short) - Bait (2019, CE'19) - David Bowie Is Dead (2018, doc short) - Tomato (2017, short) - A Forest (2016, doc) - Dear Marianne (2016, doc short) - The Essential Cornishman (2016, doc) - The Road to Zennor (2016, short) - Bronco's House (2015, mid-length) - Happy Christmas (2011) - Another Horizon (2008, short) - The Midnight Drives (2007) - The Rabbit (2004) - The Man Who Needed a Traffic Light (2003, short) - Golden Burn (2002)
Crossing Europe Extracts 2020
Mark Jenkin
Great Britain 2016
color
2 minutes
English
OV
Austrian Premiere
MARK JENKIN – SHORTS / 86 MIN 
BRONCO’S HOUSE 
DEAR MARIANNE
THE ROAD TO ZENNOR 
DAVID BOWIE IS DEAD 
HARD, CRACKED THE WIND