By Indiewire | Indiewire April 14, 2014 at 12:07PM
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Tweetable Logline: A documentary about exploration, art that spans oceans, decades, and Melanesian culture.Elevator Pitch: HEADHUNT REVISITED is a documentary film about the power of Caroline Mytinger's art to span oceans and decades. The film retraces Caroline’s improbable journey to Melanesia in the 1920's, then known as the land of headhunters, to paint portraits of the native islanders. 80 years later her paintings have inspired two contemporary artists. American photographer Michele Westmorland and Papua New Guinean painter Jeffry Feeger, who motivated by Caroline's art, have created their own modern interpretations of Melanesians. HEADHUNT REVISITED illustrates with paintings, photography and filmmaking, that all forms of art are instrumental in communicating stories of culture and tradition.
Michele Westmorland, Director
Kimberlee Bassford, Producer
Current Status: Post-ProductionFor more information and to support this project: Kickstarter Page