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Kirran and the Hatchmaker by Amy Rose

Kirran and the Hatchmaker by Amy Rose

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Kirran lives on a farm, where he hand-rears chickens, writes wild stories and runs shoeless through the fields.

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Kirran is 13 and lives in the middle of wild Wales. At home on the farm, he hand-rears chickens, writes wild stories and runs shoeless through the fields. Corgam Farm is a world away from the rest of us.

While dreaming of a sea voyage with 63 chickens on board, Kirran nurtures a new small brood. Alongside detailed plans for the trip, we witness birth, death and growing up. This is an intimate film about the twilight of childhood.

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Produced at Edinburgh College of Art, as part of MFA Film Directing
Festivals & Screenings

Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2009 (Scottish Short Documentary and Trailblazing Shorts)

Expresion en Corto, 2009

Branchage International Film Festival, 2009

London Short Film Festival, 2010

Birds Eye View Film Festival, 2010

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