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A multi-media production with a perfect blend of live contemporary folk music, film, photographs and words. Kin is a beautifully crafted journey into the past and is illuminating, evocative and moving. Kin delivers a deep understanding of place and people that is truly unforgettable.
Duncan Chisholm demonstrates to us what can be achieved in crossing the boundaries. Kin celebrates landscape, language, tradition, community and family - young and old. These are the things which Duncan describes as being fundamental to the Highland psyche, 'to our place in the world and to the inspiration of our people.'
View film footage from stunning areas throughout Scotland, hear dialogue from young and old – in both English/Gaelic and listen to some beautiful contemporary and traditional music. This production provides a vast array of platforms from which to enjoy a unique and fulfilling audience experience.
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