Blind Huber

2005 | 00:02:00 | United States | English | B&W and Color | Stereo | 16mm film

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Experimental Film, History, Poetry

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Blind Huber is a film interpretation of a poem by the American writer Nick Flynn loosely based on the life of Francois Huber, the blind 18th Century beekeeper, who sat before a series of hives for fifty years unlocking an unknown world.

Written by Nick Flynn. Cinematographer: Alex Stockwell.

This title is only available on Broad Daylight and Other Times: Selected Works of Kevin Jerome Everson.