Late one evening, Adam and Eve find themselves alone in the library. Suddenly, the plants and animals pictured in the books around them start to come alive...
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Peter Snowdon was born in Northumberland, England, in 1964. He has lived and worked in France, Egypt, India, Belgium and the UK.He began making films in 2000. His documentary and experimental work has been widely shown at activist meetings and film festivals, including Documenta Madrid, Les écrans documentaires (Paris), Antimatter (Canada), Cinéma Vérité (Tehran) and the Festival des Libertés (Brussels), as well as in gallery spaces such as The Tank (New York), Studio 27 (San Francisco), and the Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (France).In 2007 he was awarded the main prize at the Oblo Underground Short Film Festival in Lausanne, Switzerland for his experimental documentary two thousand walls (a song for jayyous). And in the same year, his first short fiction film, Breather, won the Northern Film and Media Sound & Vision competition and was short-listed for the Depict!07 award.