Screening and Live Event: Kestrel's Eye

Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 1:30pm
Event Info
Cost: 
$15 adults / $11 seniors and students / $9 youth ages 3–17 / free or discounted for museum members
Recommended Age: 
10 and up

A Swedish Oscar-winner for its cinematography, Mikael Kristersson shot Kestrel’s Eye in one of the small, medieval cities of Skanör-Falsterbo on the southwest tip of the Scandinavian Peninsula (not far from Copenhagen). The watchers are a group of falcons living in the steeple of a church. Kristersson uses image and sound to weave together a story of the cycles of life and death.

Introduced by environmental advocate and author Dr. Eric Sanderson (Mannahatta). Followed by a conversation with Dr. Sanderson and filmmaker Mikael Kristersson.

Museum of The Moving Image
36-01 35th Avenue
11106 Queens , NY
Phone: 718 777 6888
40° 45' 22.6656" N, 73° 55' 26.1984" W
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