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Doves’ Kingdom Of Rust by China Moo-Young – who joins Warp

David Knight - 2nd Mar 2009

Doves' return to action is backed by an evocative north of England road movie by the highly regarded young filmmaker China Moo-Young, where the reasons for a young man's journey across the bleak, beautiful Pennines in a pristine 1978 Ford Granada only becomes clear when he reaches Blackpool.

Doves' return to action is backed by an evocative north of England road movie by the highly regarded young filmmaker China Moo-Young, where the reasons for a young man's journey across the bleak, beautiful Pennines in a pristine 1978 Ford Granada only becomes clear when he reaches Blackpool. It's China's second video since she signed to Warp Films for music videos - her first was another impressive northern tale for <a href="">Keith's Lullaby</a>. China's 2007 short film Juvenile gained official selection at Edinburgh, Sundance and Berlin film festivals, and last year she directed Emo, a one-off drama for C4's Coming Up New Talent scheme. She was also named a 'star of tomorrow' in Screen International's annual review of British filmmaking talent.

It's China's second video since she signed to Warp Films for music videos - her first was another impressive northern tale for Keith's Lullaby.

Doves' return to action is backed by an evocative north of England road movie by the highly regarded young filmmaker China Moo-Young, where the reasons for a young man's journey across the bleak, beautiful Pennines in a pristine 1978 Ford Granada only becomes clear when he reaches Blackpool. It's China's second video since she signed to Warp Films for music videos - her first was another impressive northern tale for <a href="">Keith's Lullaby</a>. China's 2007 short film Juvenile gained official selection at Edinburgh, Sundance and Berlin film festivals, and last year she directed Emo, a one-off drama for C4's Coming Up New Talent scheme. She was also named a 'star of tomorrow' in Screen International's annual review of British filmmaking talent.

China's 2007 short film Juvenile gained official selection at Edinburgh, Sundance and Berlin film festivals, and last year she directed Emo, a one-off drama for C4's Coming Up New Talent scheme. She was also named a 'star of tomorrow' in Screen International's annual review of British filmmaking talent.

Doves' return to action is backed by an evocative north of England road movie by the highly regarded young filmmaker China Moo-Young, where the reasons for a young man's journey across the bleak, beautiful Pennines in a pristine 1978 Ford Granada only becomes clear when he reaches Blackpool. It's China's second video since she signed to Warp Films for music videos - her first was another impressive northern tale for <a href="">Keith's Lullaby</a>. China's 2007 short film Juvenile gained official selection at Edinburgh, Sundance and Berlin film festivals, and last year she directed Emo, a one-off drama for C4's Coming Up New Talent scheme. She was also named a 'star of tomorrow' in Screen International's annual review of British filmmaking talent.

David Knight - 2nd Mar 2009

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Director
China Moo
Producer
Luke Thornton
Production Company
Warp Films

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Director of Photography
Steve Annis

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Editor
Julian Eguiguren

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Commissioner
Carole Burton Fairbrother

David Knight - 2nd Mar 2009

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