The Whalebone Box
- 1h 24min
- Directed by: Andrew Kotting
A documentary in which director Kotting, writer Sinclair and photographer Bosch journey from London to the island of Harris to return a mysterious whalebone box that had washed up in a fisherman’s net. Disorienting, mysterious and yet powerfully meaningful and intriguing in its meditation on environmental and economic catastrophe.
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Reviews & features
The Whalebone Box30 Mar 2020
Andrew Kotting is at the helm of this intriguing, disorienting road trip film
An intriguing collage of image and ideas, Andrew Kotting's The Whalebone Box weaves a hypnotic tapestry of the mystical and the mundane, of the power of legend and the impact of man upon his environment. Those already familiar with Kotting's work, which…
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