CREDITS

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Director

Paul Wright

Executive Producer

Mary Burke

Producer

John Archer

Co-Producers

Mark Atkin
Adrian Cooper

Executive Producers

Mark Bell
Mary Burke
Clara Glynn
Ross McKenzie

Music

Adrian Utley
Will Gregory

 

Archive footage courtesy of

BFI National Archive

Other archives:

Arte France
BBC
BBC Motion Gallery
British Tourist Authority
Channel 4, Screen Ocean
Garland Films Internet Archive
ITV London’s Screen Archive
London Film School
Media Archive for Central England
National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales North
East Film Archive
Northern Ireland Screen
Pond 5
Renown
Salvation Films
Screen Archive South East
South West Film and Television Archive
Steel Windows Association
STV
The National Archives
The Moon and the Sledgehammer Films
University of East Anglia and East Anglian Film Archive
Wessex Film and Sound Archive
Yorkshire Film Archive

Archive Thanks to

Libby Stanners BBC Information and Archive
Francis Jones Northern Ireland Screen
Stigmata (1970) Courtesy of Adam Darius
The Hungry Grass (1981) by Archie Reid, copyright Elizabeth Reid
Beauty To Last (1969) Courtesy National Museums NI
The Quiet Land (1974) Courtesy National Museums NI
Doc Rowe Archive and Collection
Beltane Fire Festival Nick Fiddes
Extremes by Tony Klinger & Michael Lytton
Death is their Destiny by Phil Munnoch
La Vie Nouvelle by Philippe Grandrieux
Alan Watts Project

Archive Transfers

TK One
Cameron Presentation

Voices

Ian Sexon
Laura Rennie

Thanks to

Anders V. Christensen, Kong Gulerod Film (Copenhagen)
Bernard & Madeline MacLaverty
Tara Mcloughlin
Jessie Jean Wright
Wilma Wright

Trainees

Yasmin Al Hadithi
Rowan Charleson
Kaja Kryda

Research

Jack Archer

Assistant Producer

Tom Millen

Archive Research

Adam Scovell

Archive Consultants

John Carino
Simon McCallum

Sound Palette

Dario Swade

Edit Assistant

Scott Bilsborough

Assistant Editor

Michael Trevett

Online Editor

Chas Chambers

Grade

Ian Ballantyne

Dubbing mixer

John Cobban

Production Manager

Hannah Truswell

Insurance

David Johnstone, WK Insurance

Accountant

Ken Livingstone

Business Affairs

Katharine Otway
Kenren Media
Worldwide receipts collected and distributed by MM CAM Limited

BFI

Director of Lottery Film fund

Ben Roberts

Production Manager

Emma Kayee

Head of Production Finance

Ian Kirk

Business Affairs Manager

Clare Coulter

Creative Scotland Director of Screen

Natalie Usher

Senior Screen Executive Legal Manager

Robbie Allen
Mark Wilson
Neil Gillard, Wiggin LLP

‘English Pastoral Impressions, Spring Morning’
Written by Ernest Farrar
Performed The Philharmonia Orchestra
Courtesy of Chandos Records Ltd

‘Jerusalem’
Lyrics by William Blake
Composed by Charles Parry
Courtesy of Universal Production Music

‘POLEGNALA E TODORA’
Composed by Philip Koutev and Maria Kouteva, published by Carthage Music Ltd
Performance by Philip Koutev Ensemble licensed courtesy of Carthage Music Ltd

‘Drone Logic’ Performed by Daniel Avery
Written by Daniel Avery and James Greenwood
Published by Phantasy Songs, administrated by Imagem Music on behalf of Because Editions
(P) & (P) 2013 Phantasy Sound under exclusive license to Because Music

‘Om Chanting’
Performed by Dilpreet Bhatia
Courtesy of Meditative Mind Music

‘The Time Has Come’
Written and Performed by Anne Briggs
Published by Universal Music
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment UK

‘My Bonny Boy’
Performed by Anne Briggs
Arrangement by Anne Briggs (Trad/Briggs) Published by BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd (P)
1964 Topic Records
Licensed courtesy of Topic Records c/o Proper Records Ltd.

‘Lowlands’
Performed by Anne Briggs
Written by (Sheppard/Briggs/Phelan)
Published by BMG Rights Management) (UK) Ltd (P) 1964 Topic Records Licensed courtesy of Topic
Records c/o Proper Records Ltd.

‘Julie’s Song’ from ‘The Watchers’
Composed by Donald Fraser
Published by FraserMusic Interactive
Courtesy of BFI

‘Strange Sky’
Written by Martin Green and Karine Polwart
Performed by Martin Green, Dominic Aitchison and Adrian Utley featuring Adam Holmes & Becky
Unthank
Published by Karine Polwart (MCPS/PRS) Music & Martin Green (MCPS/PRS)
Courtesy of Reveal Records

‘O Willow Waly’
Words and Music by Georges Auric, Paul Dehn
Performed by Isla Cameron and the Raymonde Singers
Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd
Courtesy of Trunk Records

Music Supervisor

Gemma Dempsey

Music Management

Deborah Rawlings

Featured singer

Anne Briggs

Voices

Jessica Cale
Emily Dickens
Katy Hill
Ruth Kiang
Jeremy Budd
Jimmy Holliday

Strings

Balanescu Quartet

Violin soloist

Alexander Balanescu

Double Bass

Mary Scully

Drums

John Parish

Guitar, Bass, Drums & Synthesisers

Adrian Utley

Piano & Synthesisers

Will Gregory

Vocals

Rich Beale

String & Choral arrangements

Will Gregory

Orchestration

Ian Gardiner

Mixing, engineering & programming

T J Allen

Mixing

Ali Chant
Adrian Utley

Engineering

Alessandro Baldessari

Hopscotch Films Limited

Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland
Creative Scotland
BBC Scotland
Made with the support of the BFI’s Film Fund and the National Lottery

© Peavor Limited/The British Film Institute 2017

A Hopscotch Films, Crossover, Common Ground production
with the support of the British Film Institute (BFI) National Archive.