Thanks to funding through Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund and from UH Arts and Dacorum Borough Council we are developing a series of short pieces of theatre on film this summer.
The films are all written by Anna Reynolds and are inspired by the world of her play ‘Nothing on Earth’ which as due to tour this Autumn before the COVID crisis hit. The films are being produced under the creative leadership of Artistic Director Rosamunde Hutt.
The first film was launched on Friday 3rd July as part of the University of Hertfordshire’s online Festival of Ideas . You can watch it by going to the Learning to Fly page of our website and the second film can be viewed here.
The festival has now finished but we were honoured to be included in this lovely video of some of the highlights:
Over the Summer and early Autumn, we’ll be working with partners including: Trestle, Hertford Theatre, Dacorum Borough Council, Pump House Watford, South Mill Arts, Bishop’s Stortford and Hertfordshire Year of Culture 2020.
The third film ‘How To Land’ is being launched in partnership with Trestle Theatre and you can find out more about that here.
As more pieces are created we will let you know more about them and how you can watch them and we will also be adding to the Nothing on Earth: blog to keep you up to date with how the project is evolving and give you an insight into the creative process.
The trailer has also been playing on the big screen in Hemel Hempstead town centre – thank you to Dacorum Borough Council for making this happen.
Follow us on twitter @pbabproductions and on facebook for updates as the new films emerge.
Creative Team for Nothing on Earth: Shorts
Direction: Rosamunde Hutt
Music: Helen Chadwick
Film Editor: Grant Watson