Standing with Stones Overview:
There are about 1,000 stone circles in the British Isles. If you include other megalithic monuments such as stone rows, long barrows, cairns, cists, standing stones and others, the number runs to tens of thousands. Yet most people can only name one: Stonehenge.
STANDING WITH STONES is a unique travelogue in which presenter Rupert Soskin and director Michael Bott discover the wealth that is Megalithic Britain.
More than two years in the making, this broadcast-standard film, written and presented by explorer and naturalist Soskin, takes you from the tip of Cornwall to the Scottish Isles on an unforgettable journey through the landscape of our ancient past.
Written and Presented by RUPERT SOSKIN
Rupert Soskin has studied the natural world and earth sciences since childhood. His lifelong passion for natural history led him to further his research into geology, archaeology, anthropology and evolutionary psychology, particularly the behavioral similarities between man and animals. He lectures and leads groups to ancient sites and natural wonders in Britain and abroad. He is also a much published nature and travel photographer.
Produced and Directed by MICHAEL BOTT
Michael Bott has directed many documentary films including Exploring the Da Vinci Code and Origins of the Da Vinci Code. Standing with Stones is the film he has always wanted to make.
224 Minutes of Extras:
- Full length writer/director commentary
- Filmed interview with Rupert Soskin and Michael Bott
- Extra Footage
- Original Pilot Film
- “Making of” slide show
“Stunning study of standing stones – a work of art.”
- Fortean Times