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An Intermission is an artists’ film by Edwin Mingard, made in collaboration with a group of young people experiencing homelessness in Stoke-On-Trent. Intermission Music is the film’s soundtrack.

Edwin and composer Tom Haines worked in collaboration with the film’s participants, a group of young people experiencing homelessness. It was recorded by the group in various sites of personal significance around Stoke-On-Trent. Under Tom’s guidance, the group learned how to play instruments together, use effects pedals, contact mics and sequencers, to develop the field recordings, rhythms and melodies that became the film’s soundtrack. Just like the film itself, everybody who was part of making the soundtrack was paid the Living Wage to support them to participate.
 


The pressing is a limited artists edition of 500. Each edition is individually numbered and contains a 10” vinyl, an inner sleeve, a download code, and a full colour sleeve with spine, liner notes on the back. It’s a beautiful object, and a great soundtrack.

Each edition costs £15, with all profits going to a fund to support the young people who made the film and soundtrack. Edwin and Tom have donated their time, and many others have too or given us friendly rates, to make sure that as much of the cost as humanly possible goes directly to this fund.

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