An Acquired Taste
40th IWFF
  • The Wait
  • Dive One
  • Reflections of an Underwater Cameraman
Showings
The Roxy Theater Screen 1Sat, Apr 22 2:30 PM
An Acquired Taste showing with The Wait, Dive One and Reflections of an Underwater Cameraman
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Film Info
Series:40th International Wildlife Film Festival
Run Time:11min + 4min + 5min + 70 min
Release Year:2017
Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Vanessa LeMaire
Description

An Acquired Taste(70min) showing with The Wait(11min), Dive One(4min) and Reflections of an Underwater Cameraman(5min).

The Wait
The new documentary 'The Wait’, produced with Contra Agency, is a beautiful and honest insight into the process, passion and patience of an incredible young talent. The film takes the viewer on a journey from Michel’s hometown in Belgium to the remote mountains of Romania. On the trail of wild bison, Michel tracks the movement of the animals and then waits for the perfect moment; a process that can take up to a week to capture one shot.

Dive One
A love story about a diver and the ocean, Dive One uses wildlife imagery and music to illustrate the evolution of emotions experienced by a first-time SCUBA diver.

Reflections of an Underwater Cameraman
A short film about Ken O'Sullivan's life and work swimming about in the seas around Ireland documenting our wonderful marine world.

An Acquired Taste
Why kill your own food? A new mindful generation of teens defies factory farming and turn to hunting as a way of connecting with the source of their sustenance. They are part of a new urban movement in the United States: locavore hunters. Nick, Alex and Ashlie leave behind their modern lives and embark on a journey that is foreign to their parents. To make a humane kill, these animal lovers confront tormenting ethics and their worst nightmares, partly to eat dinner, and partly to carve out their own identities in a world increasingly at odds with reality and nature.

Included Shorts
The Wait (11min) 40th IWFF More
Dive One (4min) 40th IWFF More
Reflections of an Underwater Cameraman (5min) 40th IWFF More