ASK THE WATER

Poetry Short Film

Blätter 3
Blätter 2

8/2022

About the water of the beautiful island of Ibiza, the Goddess Tanit, Tourism, Electronic Music and the only river that went dry.

English, German, Spanisch, Polish Subtitles.

Chinese, Arab, Hindi, .. will be added soon.

ABOUT 

 

"Ask The Water" is an poetry film by independent filmmaker Laura Hirch and artist/poet Joanna Hruby, who addresses the ecological and cultural damaging effects of mass tourism and globalisation on the island of Ibiza.

The poem advises us to ‚Ask The Water‘ for solutions regarding this crisis - for the water has stored the memories of long forgotten times when God was worshipped as an Earth Mother and the land was revered as sacred by the Phoenicinas who once resided on the island.

 

In additional collaboration with multidisciplinary sound artist Daniela La Luz and the Theatre of the Ancients (Ibiza).

Confirmed for the "Nature & Culture Film Festival" in Copenhagen, Denmark.

● Direction, Camera, Edit: Laura Hirch

www.womenbodiment.com

 

● Poetry & Theatre: Joanna Hruby

www.theatreoftheancients.com

Wells Of Tanit

● Guitar, Vocals & Sound Editing: Daniela La Luz

www.danielalaluz.com

 

Watch on Vimeo

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AMICS DE LA TERRA EIVISSA

 

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This is a free, non-profit movie, since we  don´t have a Hollywood budget to promote, we need you to spread the word - post it on your social media channels, send it to your friends and family! :)

Do you have a network, are you a journalist, artist, blogger, influencer, climate/nature activist, work in independent cinema, or do you know someone that would post it or could help spreading?

Do you have contacts to NGO´s, other film festivals, queer, feminist or eco networks or you would like to show the movie for educational reasons?

> Here you can download the movie in various resolutions on Vimeo <

For all other inquieries please contact Laura directly:

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Subaquatic Leben