Running to Stand Still

Putting a spin on the tradition of nature and environmental film making, this film combines documentary elements with fiction and the immediacy of Haiku poetry to take us on a mindful journey along the Sefton coast. Moving us metaphorically from the static views we hold to the views we are at liberty to see if we can but change our perspectives. We are not held by our past or bound on a certain path, but can look to change and feel a greater connectedness to our environment and our world in the here and now and for the future. By engaging in nature too it is hoped that the film lifts the spirits in a way that doesn't preach but naturally engages the viewer with a world that is there for the seeing and feeling.