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Machine Age

Machine Age is a visceral experience of the mechanized world of industrial egg production. Using investigative material, this short film immerses us into the sights and sounds of life behind the walls of a factory farm.


Director Bio

Sarah Stirk is an environmental artist and photographer covering stories from factory farming and the illegal wildlife trade to fracking and pollution. She is co-founder of Wildlight, a women-lead cooperative exposing environmental, social and animal welfare issues.

Info

  • Directed by:Sarah Stirk
  • Written by:Sarah Stirk
  • Produced by:Sarah Stirk
  • Runtime:7 mins
  • Completion Date:December 4, 2020
  • Country of Origin:United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:United Kingdom
  • Language:No Dialogue
  • Category:Experimental
  • Selection:Experimental - Programme 2
  • In Person Screening Time & Venue:Nov 5th Dead Centre Brewery Athlone 4 - 5pm
  • Online Screening TimeNov 6th 10am - 10pm
  • Links: Instagram

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