Bloody Frogs

Over three years in the making Bloody Frogs was completed early in 2019 and was premiered in Rye next to the canal where it was shot.

It is about Frogs, Invasion,Brexit and a stroll through Kent.

The film evolved of its own accord from an investigation that Lee undertook of the Royal Military Canal in Kent (Lee was interested in Military Paranoia at the time) – this canal was made to keep Europeans out, but as Lee found out it is now home to thousands and thousands of them…

The soundtrack (as in most of Lees films) has been composed from sounds that Lee collected on location whilst shooting the film.

As well as being shown at many film nights and events, Lee made an installation using the film and an accompanying multi channel sound installation (made from frog sounds), at the Art in Romney Marsh and Margate Now festivals during autumn 2019.

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