A journey along the St Michael Axis through the ancient mythological landscape of Britain. Discovering Hopton, Bury St Edmunds, Royston, Avebury, Glastonbury, Tintagel, Bodmin Moor and Penzance.

Alignments was screened at the Rio Cinema in London on the 1st May 2006, as part of a programme of films celebrating may-day. The series of short films was recommended in the Saturday supplement of the Guardian Newspaper. 

Here's a blurb from Rio Cinema:-

"A trip across ancient lines, jaunting quizzically through the English landscape. All stills and sculpted grabbed sound, covering a moulding seaside town, maps, A-roads, men with beards, dowsing rods. Cornish pub music, caves and a lot of rain. You don’t have to be a pagan or a druid to understand that there’s summat glorious in this filthy earth"

© Emma Stoner