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Rivers and Tides

Rivers and Tides
DVD box art
Directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer
Produced by Annedore von Donop
Trevor Davies
Leslie Hills
Written by Thomas Riedelsheimer
Starring Andy Goldsworthy
Music by Fred Frith
Cinematography Thomas Riedelsheimer
Edited by Thomas Riedelsheimer
Distributed by Roxie Releasing
Release dates
April 27, 2001
January 2, 2003
Running time
90 min.
Country Germany
United Kingdom
Language English

Rivers and Tides is a 2001 documentary directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer about the British artist Andy Goldsworthy, who creates intricate and ephemeral sculptures from natural materials such as rocks, leaves, flowers, and icicles.[1][2][3] The music was composed and performed by Fred Frith and was released on a soundtrack, Rivers and Tides (2003).

The film received a number of awards, including the ‘Best Documentary’ awards of the San Diego Film Critics Society and the San Francisco Film Critics Circle. It is an Anglo-German co-production by Mediopolis Film and the British independent film company Skyline Productions.


  1. ^ Holden, Stephen (2 January 2003). "Movie Review: Rivers and Tides, Andy Goldsworthy Working With Time". New York Times. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Artner, Alan G (13 March 2003). Rivers' Answers the Question: Who is Andy Goldsworthy?"'". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 
  3. ^ Cheshire, Godfrey (30 July 2003). "The Rising Flow of Documentary Film Sensations". Independent Weekly. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 

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