This is the story of a rational, sceptical woman, a mother and wife, who does not remember her dreams. Except once, when she dreamt her horse was dying. She woke so scared she went outside in the night. She found him dead. The next dream told her she would die herself, when she was 48.
A co-production by Amy Hardie Productions, Passion Pictures, and Hard Working Movies, in collaboration with the Scottish Documentary Institute
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, HDCam, DV-Cam
WINNER – “Best of Fest” – Edinburgh International Film Fest 2010
WINNER – Main Critics’ Award – Kiev International Film Fest 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION – IDFA 2009
★★★★ – Eye for Film
“Her reconnaissance of dreamland provided some eerie moments, and resulted in a mesmerising film” – The Guardian
“intelligent woman with an open mind and heart who embarked on a serious metaphysical quest” – The New York Times
“Poetic, hallucinatory effects and a candid, intimate perspective.” – The Wall Street Journal
“The Edge of Dreaming was the most watched film in America on PBS for several weeks… audiences have interpreted her story as a metaphor.” – Scotland on Sunday
Supported by: VPRO, More4, ZDF/Arte, POV, SAC, and Scottish Screen
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This film was developed as part of Postgraduate study in the Film Department at the University of Edinburgh.
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