Island of the Hungry Ghosts


Pan 01/29/2021 Download
Documentary Film release: 2019
 

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# Track   Duration
1.Night (Leo Dolgan)3:27
2.The Understorey3:21
3.Blowholes (Leo Dolgan)1:34
4.The Long Walk3:51
5.Trapped Air0:47
6.The Hungry Ghost2:35
7.Fire & Jungle (Leo Dolgan)4:03
8.The Protester4:14
9.Ocean & Prayers (Leo Dolgan)3:35
10.Sand Return5:04
 32:31
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Island of the Hungry Ghosts

Added on Thursday, January 14, 2021  

PAN presents the soundtrack for the documentary Island of the Hungry Ghosts. The album contains the music composed by Aaron Cupples and a selections of Leo Dolgan’s field recordings from the movie.

PAN presents the soundtrack for the documentary Island of the Hungry Ghosts. The album contains the music composed by Aaron Cupples and a selections of Leo Dolgan’s field recordings from the movie.

The soundtrack is available digitally since January 29, 2020.
A vinyl edition is also available.

Island of the Hungry Ghosts is directed by Gabrielle Brady.
The movie, which premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, where it won the Award for Best International Documentary

'On a small island in the Indian Ocean, one of the planet’s largest land migrations takes place. Forty million crabs make their way through dense jungle to the rugged coast and, finally, to sea. But Christmas Island’s sublime beauty hides another, darker presence: The Australian government runs a high-security detention facility deep within the island’s jungles, where asylum-seekers wait indefinitely to hear whether they can continue on to Australia. Meanwhile, local islanders carry out “hungry ghost” rituals for the spirits of those who died on the island without receiving a proper burial.
Gabrielle Brady’s hypnotic documentary focuses on Poh Lin—a trauma therapist who works with inmates of the detention center. Following Lin as she explores the island and speaks to her clients, Brady brings together the island’s violent past, Lin’s therapy sessions, and the relentless drive of the migrating crabs in a sharply beautiful, haunting meditation on how a place can reflect its own past and present.'
—Jason Gutierrez -

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