Semanza and Lippi are founders of critically acclaimed Anglo-Brazilian physical theatre company Zikzira and makers of ‘Ashes of God’ which was celebrated as 'stupendous' by Time Out Critic’s Choice.
Sea Without Shore is set in remote forest landscapes and interiors in rural 19th century Sweden and was photographed in cinema-scope by award-winning British director of photography, Marcus Waterloo with a sound design supervised by Academy-Award® and multiple BAFTA winner Glenn Freemantle of the film ‘Gravity’.
The film is described as a 'rhythmically captivating exploration of love and loss between two women' which follows an amorous relationship cut abruptly short.
Sea Without Shore will be screening this week, on the 5th march, at the Barbican Centre, and at ICA on the 10th March. For full listings see here.
"If ever there was a film about love, this is it"
National Film Curator, Brazil