Rob Ulitski - 16th Dec 2019

Inspired by the shapes and sounds of Kingston upon Hull, Joseph Bird's Where To Build In Stone is an audio-visual project that explores the city over the course of a day.

The film focuses on the quiet drama in the scenes that are everywhere yet overlooked: the familiar seen from an unfamiliar perspective. Incredibly calm and considered, each frame has a reason for its inclusion, and Bird's composition gives a sense of scale and drama to the everyday hustle and bustle. 



DirectorJoseph Bird
ProducerJoseph Bird
Production CompanyForeign Entertainment
Director of PhotographyJoseph Bird
EditorJoseph Bird
CommissionerJ-night, Serious Events Ltd
LabelForeign Entertainment
Other creditsMusic By Numb Mob Titles By Garth Vickers Mastering By Eric James Additional Musicians James Rushworth Pete Minns Anthony Boorer

Rob Ulitski - 16th Dec 2019

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