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Kawah Ijen (The Solitary Crater)

Synopsis

Kawah Ijen is an active volcano. It is also the site of labour intensive sulpher mining. There is no machinery, only a stream of hardy local labourers.
 
A contemporary twist on the myth of Sisyphus, the film follows these miners on their gruelling journey - from crater to wage clerk - ultimately questioning the ritual of labour.

Details

Year
2004
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
20 mins
Format
DigiBeta
Director
Philip Mulroy
Producer
Philip Mulroy
Editor
Simon Allmark
Director of Photography
Andrew Johnson
Sound
Jake Roberts

Genre

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Last updated 7th September 2006

Production Company

National Film and Television School
Beaconsfield Studios, Station Road
Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1LG
UK

T+44 (0)1494 731457
F+44 (0)1494 674042

festivals@nftsfilm-tv.ac.uk
http://www.nftsfilm-tv.ac.uk

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Company

National Film and Television School
Beaconsfield Studios, Station Road
Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1LG
UK

T+44 (0)1494 731457
F+44 (0)1494 674042

festivals@nftsfilm-tv.ac.uk
http://www.nftsfilm-tv.ac.uk