Price: $95.00

    Code: 2450

    Directed by Michael Almereyda
    2013, 15 minutes
    Purchase: $95

    In this intimate and moving film, acclaimed filmmaker Michael Almereyda (Hamlet, William Eggleston in the Real World, Nadja) probes photographer Chris Kilip's memory of a small isolated fishing village, Skinningrove, in Northern England.

    Killip, a renowned photographer whose work has been exhibited around the world, made several trips to Skinningrove in the 1980s to take portraits of the town and its fishing community. These are striking black & white photographs of teenagers loafing about, children on the beach and fishermen at work in their boats.

    A brilliant, lucid work, Skinningrove affords Killip the opportunity to look back on his photographs nearly thirty years later. His thoughtful reflections describe a distant way of life and examine a photographer's relation to his subjects.

    Subjects & Collections

    Festivals & Awards

    * Winner, Short Film Jury Award, Sundance Film Festival
    * Winner, Best Documentary Film, Ann Arbor Film Festival
    * Official Selection, Rotterdam Film Festival
    * Official Selection, Viennale Film Festival


    "Very highly recommended for anyone interested in photography, particularly ethnographic photography, as well as economic history of the U.K." - Educational Media Reviews Online