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Leaning Into the Wind
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Leaning Into the Wind
Fri Mar 16: 7.30pm
Sat Mar 17: 4.15pm, 7.45pm
Sun Mar 18: 7.00pm
Mon Mar 19: 3.00pm
Tue Mar 20: 3.00pm
Wed Mar 21: 3.00pm
Thu Mar 22: 7.45pm
Fri Mar 23: 7.45pm
Sat Mar 24: 7.00pm
Sun Mar 25: 7.00pm
Mon Mar 26: 3.00pm
Tue Mar 27: 3.00pm
Wed Mar 28: 3.00pm
Thu Mar 29: 7.30pm
Fri Mar 30: 3.00pm

Thomas Riedelsheimer
UK & Germany
1h 33m


In the follow up film to Thomas Reidelsheimers documentary Rivers and Tides (2001), he again collaborates with land artist Andy Goldsworthy, capturing his engaged and philosophical exploration of the natural world. Leaning Into the Wind is similar to the first film, in that we follow Goldsworthy as he works, but 16 years later the journey has become more personal and self-reflective. Goldsworthy is known for his site-specific art, using natural materials (often nothing else) to create works that are meant to deteriorate over time (some pieces lasting longer than others). Reidelsheimer captures Andy is some of his most playful and spontaneous moments  when it starts to rain he stops to lie down in the street, getting up to reveal his outline  while also there to document him speaking about his divorce, and other thoughts as an artist that is now 60 and a bigger name.

This vérité portrait preserves works that could no longer be seen today, but most importantly allows the viewer to get a glimpse of how Andy sees the world, and perhaps through him can become inspired by what natural beauty surrounds us every day.

Leaning Into the Wind will inspire anyone who sees it to look for the beauty in every gust, to admire how nature constantly rearranges itself, and us along with it.  David Ehrlich, IndieWire


Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States




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