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Shit and Chicks

DIR: Kees van der Geest
2006 / Netherlands / 10 min

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Observation of a Ghanaian farmer who daily collects tins
with cow manure and lays new ones to trap termites that
will later become a tasty bite for his chicks. This record of a procedure passed from generation to generation also shows a picture of disappearing farming.

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Director Kees van der Geest
Screenplay Kees van der Geest
Dir. of Photography Kees van der Geest
Editing Kees van der Geest
Music
Sound Kees van der Geest
Duration 10 min
Year 2006
Country Netherlands
Colour
Tags Africa, animals, ethnographic film, observational
Production Pieter van Huystee Film
Pieter van Huystee Film
Address:  Noordermarkt 37 – 39
City:  1015 NA Amsterdam
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Distribution Kees van der Geest
Kees van der Geest
Address:  UvA-AMIDSt, Nieuwe prinsengracht 130
City:  1018 VZ, Amsterdam
Web:  users.fmg.uva.nl/kgeest
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Phone:  +31(0)20-5254064

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