Being in a Place – A Portrait of Margaret Tait
|Screenplay||Luke Fowler, Margaret Tait|
|Cinematography||Luke Fowler, Peter Todd|
|Music||Lionel Marchetti, Lee Patterson, Donald W. Lindsay|
|Sound Mixing||Ernest Karel|
|Sound||Lee Patterson, Luke Fowler, Sarah Neely, Louise Barrington|
|Producers||Luke Fowler, Sarah Neely|
Born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1978. He studied printmaking and design and works as a filmmaker and musician. Much of his artistic production is devoted to sound installations. Since 2001, Luke Fowler has made numerous films, primarily documentary works shot on analogue 16mm film.
2001 What You See Is Where You’re At; 24 min. 2003 The Way Out; co-directed by Kosten Koper, 33 min. 2006 Pilgrimage from Scattered Points; 45 min. 2008 Bogman Palmjaguar; 30 min. · An Abbeyview Film; 9 min. 2009 Tenement Films; 4 x 3 min. 2011 All Divided Selves; 93 min. 2012 The Poor Stockinger, the Luddite Cropper and the deluded followers of Joanna Southcott; 61 min. 2014 To the Editor of Amateur Photographer; co-directed by Mark Fell, 68 min. · Depositions; 24 min. 2018 Mum's Cards; 9 min. · Enceindre; 29 min. 2019 Cézanne; 7 min. 2020 Patrick; 21 min. 2021 For Dan; 12 min. 2022 Being in a Place – A Portrait of Margaret Tait; 61 min.