Kay Walsh spent a year on the Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park chronicling the red deer there. Learning to stalk with a National Trust deerstalker opened up a debate about how these wild animals remain present on the hills, raising questions of their future and the protection of their species.

The film explores the conflicting opinions about how best to protect the red deer within the local community, looking closely at the thoughts and experiences of rangers, forestry workers, deerstalkers and local enthusiasts.

Her work takes the viewer on a journey of slow looking and slow movement to explore nature, stories and places within the wild landscapes of the South West.

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

Queen Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 3RX

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