Inland is a short experimental film. It uses a series of still images and single angle video shots to construct a narrative, moving from tranquil environments to increasingly industrial ones. It explores philosophical ideas of Duration (Henri Bergson) and death, as well as our human environmental impact. The film is shot on iPhone and 35mm creating a further juxtaposition of visual styles. The use of grainy still image paired with location sound intends to exploit the 'audio visual contract' and trick he eye into perceiving movement where time stands still. All sound and image is by Jamie Moore, with editing done in Adobe Premier Pro and sound design, and mixing done in Logic Pro X. Sound recording and photography was done around Olden, Norway and Brighton and Surrey, UK.