Mark Jenkin's experimental 16mm horror depicts a lone botanist on a deserted island, whose relationship with her surroundings may be an indication of something sinister at play.
Mark Jenkin’s follow-up to 2019’s beloved Bait is the haunting tale of lonely botanist that offers audiovisual thrills a-plenty.
They’ll be joined by fellow luminaries Alex Garland and Pietro Marcello when the Quinzaine returns to Cannes next month.
Enys Men is being billed as an “eco-sophical horror”, and begins shooting in Cornwall in May.
Counting down our favourite feature-length releases from the past 12 months.
Director Mark Jenkin chronicles a dying way of life in this boldly experimental seaside drama.
By Iana Murray
This year’s EIFF showcased a diverse crop of homegrown films, from a monochrome Cornish curio to a love letter to Dundee.
Highlights from across this year’s Berlinale, including a hallucinatory war thriller and a metaphysical farce.