What do you do with some video
footage slipped into a handbag,
a former employee who refuses to
be interviewed, and a huge abandoned
paper mill in the heart of Dover?
A DAD Production
The project was enabled by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Screen South and the UK Film Council’s Digital Film Archive Fund supported by the National Lottery, Kent County Council’s Film Office, the University for the Creative Arts (School of Fine Art/ Fine Art Media), the University of Kent (School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research), Dover Museum, Sea Change funding from the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, Kent County Council (Member Community Grant), Dover Town Council, English Heritage and Dover Pride. Access to the Buckland Mill site was granted by South East England Development Agency.
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Watermark wins the 2012 Canterbury Culture Award for Excellence 
The Culture Awards, presented by Canterbury for Culture, celebrate the quality, diversity and vibrancy of culture across Canterbury District and  East Kent.
The Award for Excellence is for a cultural practitioner or collaborative group of practitioners working in East Kent that has created a new work of high quality within the last twelve months.