HORNLSETH : PRODUCT OF LOVE

HORNLSETH : PRODUCT OF LOVE

105 minutes / Director: Ishmael Annobil

Running time: 105 Minutes
Format: HD / For Big Screen
Sound Version 1: 5.1 Theatrical
Sound Version 2: Stereo

SYNOPSIS: Hornsleth: Product of Love is the definitive documentary about the controversial Danish-Scot conceptual artist, Kristian Von Hornsleth.
Produced over a three year period, this film goes under the skin of the most understood counter-cultural artist of his generation.
It is a very powerful and beautiful reflection on a formidable artist.
Product of Love taps deeply into Hornsleth’s work: the exquisite inner narratives, his use of eroticism to subvert the power of the advertising industry, his
response to Third World poverty and abuse, his motivations, influences, fears and ambitions. It offers a sobering analysis of the man and his work.
Narrated with finesse by Harry Potter star Jon Campling, Product of Love features very potent interviews with Hornsleth, very intoxicating analysis by
renowned German art historian and critic Wolf Gunther Thiel, and a pinpointed breakdown by American research sociologist Glenn Muschert of University
of Miami. Hornsleth: Product of Love is a tour de force by poet/director Ishmael Annobil, whose incisive journalism and lyrical critique underpin this
“sweetly unnerving” documentary. He describes the film as, “a bonfire in the arctic”.
Editing and grading is by Damien Kwasnik, whose ‘crafted’ cut, coupled with his finely nuanced colour work, helps make Product of Love a film to contend
with on all fronts. Cinematography is by Max Mallen, Damien Kwasnik, Ishmael Annobil, and Jeff Gardner (USA).
Sound Post services and Re-recording mixing is by renowned sound designer Scott Marshall of Bamsound.
Writer/Producer/Director: Ishmael Fiifi Annobil
Editor/Colourist: Damian Kwasnik
Cinematographers: Max Mallen, Damien Kwasnik, Ishmael Annobil, and Jeff Gardner (USA).
Sound Recordists: Marco Iavarone, Nikos Nikolalaios, Ishmael Annobil and Damian Kwasnik
Re-recording Mixer / Sound Designer: Scott Marshall
Sound Post Services: Bamsound.