Drawing on performance and documentary, Kathleen Herbert’s film explores the idea of contemporary landscape as a politicised space which is treated as an object rather than a resource. It takes us on a journey from the urban to the rural and was inspired by a
‘mass trespass’ on private land in 1931 which heralded the opening up of the countryside, and the creation of the Peak District National Park.
Co-commissioned by the National Trust and Southbank Centre.
The film is shown daily from sundown.