Land of Bone & Stone


Follow us along the South Dorset Ridgeway in this magical short film celebrating the art and landscape of a unique part of Dorset. We made Land of Bone & Stone with the South Dorset Ridgeway Landscape Partnership, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The film features 11-year-old Charlotte Gale from Dorchester and is set to ‘To The Stones’ by acclaimed folk band Ninebarrow from Swanage. The song was commissioned by Artsreach for the Ridgeway project. Look out for some of Dorset’s most iconic views, including Abbotsbury and the Fleet, Eggardon Hill, the Valley of Stones and Hardy’s Monument.

You will also see a glimpse of Sarah Butterworth’s White Hare from the Inside Out Festival 2014 organised by Activate and Amanda Moore’s new sculpture for Black Down near Hardy’s Monument.

Filmed & Edited in 4K Slog3

Directed and produced by Nicola Hawkins

Simon Vacher's camerawork

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