Birds In Their Hands

Birds In Their Hands

Birds In Their Hands
Birds In Their Hands

We have always relied on the resources of nature, using whatever the earth has to offer to push us to be the most successful creature on the planet. Falconry, before it was a sport, was a means for survival, as well as to build the mutual bond between humans and the rest of the planet. While humans no longer rely on falconry for survival, it has still sustained in our culture because it allows us to continue that strong bond with nature. The hope of this film is to remind audiences that that bond is still possible, and how a meaningful relationship with nature can uplift a human life.

Directed by Olivia Belluck, Olivia Coleman and Noah Kane (USA)

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