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Here I Sit is a visual and metaphorical interpretation of a poem by Australian poet Sandy Jeffs, which explores the complexities of the mind and the emotions of schizophrenia.
Alyson BellAlyson Bell
Alyson Bell worked as an art director for many years in the publishing industry before immigrating to Australia. She made Begin, Nonsensicalities and Locus at the VCA Film and Television School in Melbourne. Here I Sit is her first film out of film school and has been screened at numerous international film festivals.