Kötting is an artist and filmmaker who worked as a painter and decorator, market trader and then a lumberjack before returning to college to study Fine Art, graduating from The Slade in 1989. He made short films, which were awarded prizes at many international film festivals before making his first feature Gallivant (1996) a four-month journey around the coast of Britain on which he was accompanied by his grandmother and daughter Eden. Subsequent feature films include This Filthy Earth, Ivul, This is our Still Life, Swandown and By Our Selves. His work is held in the collections of The Arts Council and The Centre Pompidou and distributed in the UK by Artificial Eye, Soda Films, The BFI and LUX and in France by ED Distribution.
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