Kalmare vor der Haustür ...

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In December 2015 peculiar animals turned up at the Eckernförde pier – squids. Following the first sighting Philip Hoy went on a search to film these rare visitors. He can watch the animals hunting, eating and spraying their ink. The audience gets fascinating insights into the under-water world.

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Director: Philipp Hoy

Philipp Hoy, who grew up in Eckernförde, was fascinated by everything that happened under the below the surface of the water. From an early age, he took a mask and a snorkel to the Eckernförde Baltic Sea beach under the magnifying glass. At the age of 15, Philipp learned to dive and since then he has been and since then he has spent every free minute with his camera in the Baltic Sea. This was followed by "Unter der Mole" and "Kalmare vor der Haustür", his first short films about the underwater world of the underwater world of the Eckernförde Bay. In his current short film "Das Geheimnis der Miesmuschelbank" Philipp takes the viewer on a journey to the takes the viewer on a journey into the surprisingly colorful and wild world on and in a mussel bank. The 23-year-old diving instructor and research diver is now studying biosciences in Rostock.

Germany
2016
14 Min.
German
Director: Philipp Hoy
Author: Philipp Hoy
Camera: Philipp Hoy
Editing: Philipp Hoy
Music:
Speaker: Philipp Hoy
Producer: Philipp Hoy
Awards: Audience Award Best Short Film 2016
Nominations: Audience Award Best Short Film 2016