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I am Kevin (Feature film)

Presented by Wildworks


Carlyon Beach, Cornwall

Film classified 12A

Film Team:

Story Written by: Mydd Pharo & Hannah McPake
Script Writer: Hannah McPake

Co-Directors: Mydd Pharo & Joshua Pharo
Cinematography: Neal Megaw & Joshua Pharo
Editor: Joshua Pharo

Colourist: Michael Todd
Camera Operator & Assistant: Charlie Davies
Camera Operator: Ethan Menear
Sound Recordist: Chris Baker
Vocal Sound Edit: Chris Baker
Sound Design: Dan Balfour
Associate Sound Design: Ben Grant
Additional Sound Recording: Ciaran Clarke
Additional Music: Benji Bower
Sound Mixer: Filip Tkáč
Assistant Sound Mixer: Nathan Walkley
Additional Scriptwriter: Mydd Pharo
Art Direction: Ellie Williams
Executive Producer: Emma Hogg
Distribution: Pat Kelman
General Manager: Gwen Scolding
Finance Manager: Debra Gristwood
Post Production Supervision: Joshua Pharo & Neal Megaw
Subtitles: Sarah Readman

"Spine-tingling stories on the sand" The Guardian
“I Am Kevin is a genre-defying, theatre/film hybrid that is ultimately a moving story about imagination and grief – about being lost in the dark, and realising you are not alone.” D&C Film
‘Full of unexpected humour and profound emotional truth’
‘Dark, humorous, fiery and honest’

Captured during its live performances on Carlyon Beach, Cornwall 2022 and reimagined for Film, ‘I AM KEVIN’ is a genre-defying, theatre/film hybrid debut, from the UK’s leading landscape theatre company Wildworks.

A young boy creates a make-believe world to escape his truth, a world where, at the water’s edge, beneath the shade of an ancient tree, a mother forms a perimeter to protect herself and her child from an unspeakable darkness. The tide ebbs and flows, the years pass, and the boy is taught stories of the dangers that lay beyond the safety of his mother’s embrace. But one day the boy awakes to find she is gone and a stranger arrives at the perimeter’s edge. The boy must walk out into a new world. A world of gods and monsters.

This is a story about imagination and grief. It is about being lost in the dark, and realising you are not alone.

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