I was born in the late 50′ies in the Faroe Islands. At that time we pretty much had a subsistence way of life in this remote place on earth with a hostile climate and an environment that humans could never hope to survive in without eating animals.
As simple as the sentence in this header may sound, the more difficult it seems to many to comprehend what it really means. I came to think about that, when I tried to answer some questions I got today in an E-mail from an Australian journalist.
Maria Tórgarð won the Audience Award at Geytin 2018 – Faroese Film Awards – for her short film ”Manden med bleen” while Trygvi Danielsen won the ”Geyta Award” for his experimental – and polarizing – short film ”111 góðir dagar”