Cutter Hodierne – Filmmaker – Fishing Without Nets
FRED’s Matt Micucci talks to filmmaker Cutter Hodierne about his film FISHING WITHOUT NETS, presented in the Debate section of the 58th BFI London Film Festival. He talks about telling the story of piracy from the point of view of the pirates, the dangers of filming on location in Somalia and why the whole production of this film and the short documentary he made that came before it was quite an adventurous experience.
FISHING WITHOUT NETS is a tense, muscular filmmaking that tells the gripping story of a young Somali fisherman reluctantly caught up in piracy.
Festival section: Debate
Reporter: Matt Micucci