Docpoint – Helsinki Documentary Film Festival

Programme

vulture

vulture sets its sight on farm animals and their surrounding flora. Static shots and slow moving zooms, follow the grazing animals in their minute inter-species exchanges. When left to roam together the sensibilities of these “beasts” are allowed to surface.

The film was shot and processed with various means including flower/plant processing carried out as blooming occurred, from 2016-2018. In some cases a salt bath was used for fixing the film which was left soaking in the dark for 3 days.

Vultures hover over the barn, from high, with razor sharp eyesight, and a keen sense of smell. Together, they stalk and share their decaying sustenance. Intense acid in their stomach allows them to digest great quantities of their dead prey, without falling ill.

Philip Hoffman

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Film Title : vulture
Language : englanti
Director : Philip Hoffman
Year : 2019
Length : 57
Age limit : K7
Format : DCP
Cinematographer : Philip Hoffman
Editing : Philip Hoffman, Isiah Medina
Music : Kennedy
Producer : Philip Hoffman
Production Company : Chimera Imaging

Screenings :
Fri 31.1. at 16.00, Kiasma, followed by a Q&A with director Philip Hoffman
Sat 1.2. at 13.00, Kiasma, followed by a Q&A with director Philip Hoffman