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This Our Still Life
This Our Still Life

This Our Still Life 2011


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This Our Still Life 2011 U

58 mins United Kingdom Director. Andrew Kötting

Kötting’s touching portrait of his daughter Eden who was born with a rare neurological disease. Last seen as a kid in Gallivant, Eden, now a young woman of 23, is seen painting still lifes and singing along to the radio in the family’s tumbledown Pyrenean farmhouse as the seasons ebb and flow around her. Featuring music by Scanner’s Robin Rimbaud and a range of voices from Kötting’s sound archive.

Directed by

Andrew Kötting


Leila McMillan

Eden Kötting

Alex Rodgers

Claudia Barton


Experimenta Documentary


Documentaries Andrew Kötting Experimenta


U Contains no material likely to offend or harm




United Kingdom



Production company

Kötting, Andrew

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