Pequeño avance del documental “Isora, historia de una manada de calderones”, que relata la vida de una manada de calderones residentes en las islas Canarias, de su espacio y de los habitantes que comparten ese espacio. Financiado por la Fundación Canaria Mapfre Guanarteme y realizado por Aquawork producciones, que se presentará a finales del 2012.
Small preview of the documentary "Isora, story of a pod of pilot whales," in which it is narrated the life of a pod of pilot whales living in Canary Islands, as well as their space and the residents sharing that space. It is financed by the Canarian Foundation Mapfre Guanarteme and produced by Aquawork Productions, and it will be presented at the end of 2012.
April, 1975. The helicopter carrying the last Americans in Vietnam lifts off the embassy rood in Saigon, and a quagmire that cost 50,000 lives is over. We are familiar with the American perspective on the war, but what about the Vietnamese? The "American" war touched the lives of every man, woman and child in the county. This one-hour documentary brings the last 25 years in Vietnam alive through the perspective of six Vietnamese whose lives, one defined by war, now personalize the struggle of a country entering a new millennium at peace. Filmed in and around one of Asia's most colorful and storied cities, the film blends individual narratives with archival footage and photographs woven together with a storyteller's cadence.
Directed by: Sandy Northrop
Produced by: Sandy Northrop
Running Time: 56 min