Home > Film Festival > 13th PLJFF > Films > re:versus > Sleep has Her House No related posts. Sleep has Her House 1 2 2017 (90’) United Kingdom Director: Scott Barley In a world seemingly devoid of human beings and inhabited by only a select few animals, an undefined presence manifests, embodied as the wind. It passes through the valley, lake, and the woods, leaving only mysterious deaths in its wake. As the night creeps in, the supernatural forces at work transcend into the natural, with apocalyptic consequences. FESTIVALS Fronteira International Documentary & Experimental FF, Brazil, 2017 – Best Film, Official Jury Award The Village Voice 2017 Film Poll – Nominated for Best Film, Best First Feature, Best Director Lima Independiente IFF, Peru, 2017 Doclisboa, Portugal, 2017 Sheffield DocFest, United Kingdom, 2017 Original language: English Editor: Scott Barley Cinematographer: Scott Barley Producer: Scott Barley Contact: Scott Barley W: scottbarleyfilm.com Scott Barley is an artist filmmaker from Newport, South Wales. His work has been screened across Europe and The Americas, including The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA London), BFI Southbank, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Doclisboa, EYE Filmmuseum, Vancouver International Film Centre, and Fronteira International Documentary & Experimental Film Festival. His work has been associated with the Remodernist film and slow cinema movements, and more recently anthropocenic, cosmological, and phenomenological cinema. No related posts.