Sanctum Studio | CORREA (2022)
Sanctum Theatre is a Melbourne-based visual performance ensemble presenting folk theatre in everyday spaces since 2006.
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Short Film Coming in 2024!

Sanctum Studio presents CORREA
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Sanctum Studio's CORREA at Berlin New Wave Film Festival
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Sanctum Studio's CORREA at MIAF 2024

“This animated gem is not just a feast for the eyes but a contemplative piece that urges its audience to reflect on the symbiotic relationship between mankind and nature.” Ulrich Bergman. Artistic Director. BERLIN NEW WAVE FILM FESTIVAL

CORREA tells the story of the beings that animate the bush. It begins with their gestation in flowers and follows their journey across the land, to the water.

Animated by LACHLAN PLAIN. Composed by NICK WILSON, (SOUND FOSSIL). Vocals by JASMINE POWELL and LACHLAN PLAIN. Presented by SANCTUM STUDIO. Supported by CITY OF MELBOURNE.

Exhibition 2022

The CORREA film was created as part of an exhibition at Town Hall Broadmeadows Gallery an installation of sculpture, light and stop motion projection developed in conjunction with the 2022 Hume Winter Lights Festival.

CORREA tells the story of the beings that animate the bush and the things that divide them. Artist, Lachlan Plain, reflects on the arbitrary divisions we carve into the land – roads, fences, borders – as well as those we construct between ourselves.