Wandered is a visual interpretation of William Wordsworth’s poem, I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (1815). A Romantic era poet, Wordsworth along with many of his contemporaries, ‘consider[ed] man and nature as essentially adapted to each other.’ The film considers how, in the future, man has moved past the point of adaptation and has begun to destroy it.
A Film by Jordan East, Caitlin Fargher, & Liam Riley
Based on 'I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud' By William Wordsworth
Spoken by Eliane Morel
Appearances by Alice Ward and Anouk Berney
Music by The Cinematic Orchestra - Outer Space (feat. Dorian Concept & Tom Chant)
Additional Footage from NASA Discovery Shuttle Launch 2010
Despite being in the heart of the NSW desert, Fowler’s Gap has an abundance of water: in the Saltbush that engulfs the land, under the dry riverbeds, in the rain the falls and quickly sinks into the mud, and in the dew that wets your shoes as you crunch over to breakfast. You just can’t drink it. Or swim in it.
All original Animation + Sound design, with samples from Marsen Jules - Oeillet en Delta
Real Life Exp. by Nicki Brancatisano and Caitlin Fargher
Answer - Connie Constance
Life is Strange - T Rex
A film by Nicki Brancatisano, Caitlin Fargher, Bronte Marando, Eden McFarlane and Aiesha Saunders.
Interviewee: Porsha, Employee at Lady Anne Funeral Homes
Brazilian Sun - CocoRosie
Still - Rafael Anton Irisarri
Belonging to Land and Culture
A Film about the Indigenous People of The Kimberley, Western Australia
Thanks to Dalisa Pigram, Lorrae Coffin, Layneisha Sgro and the Elders of the Broome Community.
Music: Fresh Water by The Pigram Brothers
A Film by Nicki Brancatisano, Dani Gonda, Caitlin Fargher, Bianca Vitale and Emma White
with Holly Fraser and Simon Croker
Music by Rafael Anton Irisarri
A Film by Nicki Brancatisano, Eden McFarlane, Bronte Marando, Aiesha Saunders and Caitlin Fargher
Starring Jamaya Masters and David Kane
Voice over by Elliot Miller
Home Buying Mode - The Sims
Little Man - Little Dragon
Stop motion animation using National Geographic Magazine and Encyclopaedia cut-outs
Music by Matthew Fargher and Caitlin Fargher
We are rapidly approaching the final phase of the extensions of man - the technological simulation of consciousness, when the creative process of knowing will be collectively and corporately extended to the whole of human society, much as we have already extended our senses and our nerves by various media. - Marshall McLuhan