Life, death, and the power of the unconscious. Amy Hardie, filming.
A documentary director/producer with several international awards, Amy Hardie graduated from the National Film and Television School with the BP Expo award for best UK graduation film. She set up the Scottish Documentary Institute in 2004 with Noe Mendelle, and Docspace, dedicated to increasing an audience for serious documentaries.
The Edge of Dreaming
This is the trailer for Amy's acclaimed documentary film, THE EDGE OF DREAMING. (The DVD is available on Amazon.)
This review is from the Guth Gafa Film Festival in Ireland:
Amy Hardie’s powerful film Edge of Dreaming headlines the 5th Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival – it’s a remarkable story about premonition, family and the power and reach of the human mind. Festival director Neasa Ni Chianáin believes Hardie’s film sums up all we fear and admire in our own psyches.
“It’s a profoundly optimistic film, an illustration of the process that we all experience but few understand – the dream.”
“Apart from the fact that the film is beautifully shot and constructed there is a sense that Hardie has delivered to us a means of taming the dream. The edge she speaks of is the line between the conscious and the subconscious; madness and reason; this world and another. It’s a hugely empowering film and perfect to open Guth Gafa.”