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Beekeeper, The Beekeeper, The

Sara Preibsch Sara Preibsch
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Sara Preibschs The Beekeeper, records a few moments in the later life of the beekeeper Helmut Preibsch at his home in Stockholm. Within this work Preibsch expertly manoeuvres between an expose of his experiences as a young and impressionable protege of the Nazi regime and a record of his now seemingly idyllic life in Sweden, where he tends, ruminates and writes on the life of bees.

Sara Preibsch recently exhibited work at Vine Space, London, Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, the Images Festival, Toronto, Les Rencontres Internationales, Paris, Farg Fabriken, Stockholm and in 2008 she received a LAFVA award for the production of her next film. Preibschs photographic work was also recently included in the monograph Hultsbruk Ready-Maids published by Marmalade and Edition Solitude. She was born in Sweden and currently lives and works in London. Sara Preibschs The Beekeeper, records a few moments in the later life of the beekeeper Helmut Preibsch at his home in Stockholm. Within this work Preibsch expertly manoeuvres between an expose of his experiences as a young and impressionable protege of the Nazi regime and a record of his now seemingly idyllic life in Sweden, where he tends, ruminates and writes on the life of bees.

Sara Preibsch recently exhibited work at Vine Space, London, Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, the Images Festival, Toronto, Les Rencontres Internationales, Paris, Farg Fabriken, Stockholm and in 2008 she received a LAFVA award for the production of her next film. Preibschs photographic work was also recently included in the monograph Hultsbruk Ready-Maids published by Marmalade and Edition Solitude. She was born in Sweden and currently lives and works in London.

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DVD featurette includes a specially commissioned interview with Sara Preibsch at her studio in London with Laura Cull and Andrew Fisher.

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SKU 2100000003785
Year DVD 2008
Director Preibsch, Sara
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Filmarmalade
Countries Sweden/UK
Aspect ratio 16:09
Colour Colour
Running time 18 min
DVD region 2
Certificate N/a

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