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Tobermory and the Otter

Synopsis

A once in a life time wildlife story from the West of Scotland. A solitary, wild otter becomes bold enough to takes up residence in Tobermory on the picturesque isle of Mull. Artist, Angus Stewart's film, made over the course of 2 years, follows this wild otter as it transformed from a naturally timid and reclusive nocturnal animal into a remarkable, bold and much loved creature. The film has  stunning otter footage mixed with otter stories told by island residents. It is carefully crafted and grows into an intensely personal, lyrical, poetic portrait of the otters life. Its informative, funny and surprising wildlife documentary that builds into a poignant celebration of life in a small town Scottish island community.

Details

Year
2011
Type of film
Features
Director
Angus Stewart
Producer
Angus Stewart
Screenwriter
Angus Stewart

Genre

Production Company

Headpond Films [Great Britain]
The Breadalbane Street Studio, Tobermory
Isle of Mull
PA756PE

T +44 (0)1688 302781
http://www.headpond.co.uk