|Writers||Rosalind Fowler (writer)
|Plot||The film starts and ends in London and is told from the perspective of a female narrator, who looks back over the archive of film footage she has collected over the years on her repeated visits to two seasonal folk customs in Britain (Mayday in Padstow and Haxey Hood in North Lincolnshire). Her voice is interspersed with those of people she has met on her journeys, who live in these places or travel back each year, describing the significance of the rituals for them. The film as a whole forms part of a wider reflection on the meaning of place and belonging in a global world, and a meditation on the nature of filmmaking. The film combines 16mm and digital footage, and is narrated by celebrated British actor Jodhie May.... search for Folk in Her Machine on IMDb|
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