Director: Ned Daly
Film: An abstract look at patterns of interference found along the sea shore. The film has an original soundtrack by award-winning composer Emma Campbell and features the voices of 18 local students.
Bio: Boston-born filmmaker Ned Daly has lived at or near the ocean for most of his life, including a stint as Mate/Cook aboard a 53’ wooden sailing yacht. He has enjoyed the beach and ocean swimming from Lahinch, Ireland, to Far Rockaway in NYC, to the island of Moorea in the South Pacific. For the last 15 years he has taken a dip in the ocean at least once in every month.
He was trained as a stage actor in Massachusetts. As an actor he has worked with directors Alan Arkush, Miklos Gyulai and more recently with Morten Tyldum and Greta Gerwig. His earlier films, Pastiche Vol1 No1, Why We Went to the Moon, Abang Aku, The Closer You Look , and Four Questions, have played to appreciative audiences at scores of film festivals worldwide. In 2021 he won the award for Best Cinematography at the French International Film Festival.