BAFTA-winning filmmaker Christopher Morris films each day in a field near his home for a year, from Winter Solstice to Winter Solstice, observing the changing of nature against an ever-present 4000-year-old monolith called the Longstone in its centre.
The outside world is not so far away though, and under the unflinching gaze of the Longstone, Morris considers a string of unprecedented worldwide climate disasters passing through the news, and a weak global political resolve. The Longstone, an ancient pillar of granite, is a silent sentinel to everything we have done to our planet.
How do we respond to such monumental and remote stories? Morris invites us to slow down and immerse ourselves in this quiet, direct action of stillness.