Sons of Barents

// Sons of Barents

David Kremer // France // 2015
// 75 min // Couleur // HD

Jaquette Seuls, ensemble

Barents Sea, beyond the Arctic Circle. During endless summer days, a ship relentlessly crisscrosses the shoals. Caught up in an industrial pace, and exposed to the dangers of deep-sea fishing, about thirty men work flat out for a few tons of fish. Fishing season after fishing season, what brings these men back to this risky life? How do they keep up, together? 

In coproduction with Takami Productions and TVR, TÉBÉO, TÉBÉSUD
With the support of Région Bretagne, CNC, PROCIREP-ANGOA

Special Jury award at Nancy-Lorraine International Festival

First Film award Traces de vie  

Festivals

In competition at FIFE 2015 (International Environmental Film Festival)/Paris
Vision du Réel/Crossing Europe Linz/Etonnants Voyageurs Saint-Malo/Doc en mai Bordeaux/Golden Apricot Yerevan Arménie/Festival of Douarnenez/ Jean Rouch
Festival / Rencontres de cinéma de Manosque / 

Team

Direction : David Kremer
Cinematography : David Kremer
Sound : Yves Bagot
Editing : Céline Ducreux
Sound Editing & Mix : Pierre Bariaud

 


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