Fishing Without Nets
Screening with The Curse, The Last Passenger, and The Tunnel
Winner of the Short Filmmaking Special Jury Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, Fishing Without Nets is a fiction film about pirates in Somalia told through the eyes of a suffering Somali fisherman. With its cast of Somali refugees from the streets of Mombasa, and its 24-year-old director Cutter Hodierne (who spent the first three years of his life on a boat) at the helm, this film was produced through an astonishing spirit of commitment and adventure.
Dir. Cutter Hodierne. Somalia/Kenya. 2012. 17 min. Print Source: Principato-Young Entertainment
£6.50 / £5 conc / £4.50 memb