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Elizabeth Junor is a document of research into the historical relationship between Guyana and Scotland and the hidden legacies of a black female diaspora. Through a speculative history and translating from archival materials, the film elaborates on the life of Elizabeth Junor (born 1804) between Essequibo in Guyana and the Black Isle in Scotland. The work deploys voice over, superimposition, frames within frames and onscreen text to highlight the modes of narration by which a life is catalogued.


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    Ashanti Harris