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Watching Haron reaching the honey comb is a sight to be seen in the Andaman Sea.

The Honey Hunting is a short ethnographic film about Musa and his large family living on an island in the Andaman Sea, a part of Thailand. The island has, in just a few short years, become a popular destination for tourists. The family lives on the seaward side in one of the few villages where Westerners have not yet come to stay. But with the cost of living going up and the fish harvest going down the family is forced to find other ways to get by. In the film we accompany Musa and his sons into the jungle on a honey collecting expedition. But reaching the hive and its honeycomb high in a tree - and dealing with its angry tenants - is a skilled and risky business; a sight to be seen.
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Film Credits

Directors: Lotta Granbom

Producers: Lotta Granbom

Photography: Lotta Granbom

Editing: Lotta Granbom

Sound: Lotta Granbom

Music: -

Production Company: Lotta Granbom

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Subtitles: Yes

Voiceover: No

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Length: 14 min

Colour: Yes

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The Honey Hunting Screening:

  • Wed30May

    at HMS President

    30 May 2012

  • Wed30May

    at Portobello PopUP Cinema

    30 May 2012 2:00 pm

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