Monday 4 Nov 2019, 18:00
For over 2,000 years, female shellfish divers, known as ama-san, have fished for abalone off the coast of Japan. Focusing on three women who have spent decades diving together near a small fishing village on the Shima peninsular, and shot between the silent, underwater world and rural life on land, Ama-San is a unique portrait of an ancient custom which is at risk of disappearing.
Director: Cláudia Varejão
This screening has no adverts or trailers and starts at the advertised time.