What happens if you take four female artists and dispatch them to a remote Scottish bothy to untangle their need for outdoor space? Find out in the latest BMC TV production from the team that brought you the award-winning Operation Moffat.
The Bothy Project was the second BMC TV film to premier at Kendal this November (the other one was Hard Rock: a tribute to Ken Wilson). Supported by Lowe Alpine, this short film features four women who travel to the remote Shenavall bothy in the highlands of Scotland. Filmmaker Jen Randall follows wild-swimming-video-artist Natasha Brooks (star of Blue Hue), acclaimed Sheffield artist Tessa Lyons and poet Claire Carter (as seen in Operation Moffat) as they explore the surrounding wilderness.
With additional cinematography from Nick Brown and James France, this is a stunningly shot, evocative call of the wilderness that will inspire you to head north and find your own adventures.
HOW: to watch The Bothy Project?
If you missed it at Kendal Mountain Festival
, don't worry, we've got a special Xmas pressie for you. Every BMC member will be emailed an exclusive invite to watch it online over Christmas. Make sure to keep an eye on your emails!
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WATCH: The Bothy Project trailer on BMC TV
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