Diary of Cattle
Directed by Lidia Afrilita, David Darmadi
Indonesia / 18 mins / PG
A herd of cattle has made a man-made waste landfill their home. They call plastics their resting pasture, wooden bark amidst foliage their food, and the scenic trash mountain their graveyard.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Lidia Afrilita and David Darmadi are both Indonesian documentary enthusiasts. They manage Ingata Visual, an initiative that documents the daily lives of people in West Sumatra.
National Gallery Singapore
The Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium
Fri, 29 Nov 2019 / 7:00 PM
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