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Official video for Soil Collectors - NOMAD

The track is taken from their current album

Tah-tay Leet'-kah lah, released on Havtorn records April 22.

"We wander, sand encloses, we hear, know, communicate, in silence"

The film was recorded in Råbjerg mile, a migrating coastal dune in the northern Jutland.

The film illustrates peoples movements, identity and nature.

Who deciedes who we are and where we are aloud to settle?

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Sigrid! We are forever thankful for what you did!

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Movement - Sigrid Norheim Ørntoft

Costume/Make up - Hannah Tolf, Isabel Sörling

Photo & edit - Donovan von Martens

Production - Soil Collectors

 

 

 

Official video for Soil Collectors - Windbird

The track is taken from their current album

Tah-tay Leet'-kah lah, released on Havtorn records April 22.

Windbird was inspired from two different folktales.

One from the inuits of Greenland were it’s said that in times of great starvation

and cold winters, one man, most fit for survival, left the tribe and the community to

live the rest of his life in solitude out in the wild. As this venture was impossible to survive,

the men often died. The memory of these brave individuals lived on through an image,

that the men were still alive but had turned into dangerous wild animals.

This was to prevent people from searching after their lost family members who most

certainly already were dead.The other folktale comes from the native american

tribes who explained the nature of the winds by imagining a giant bird

sitting on a rock, and while flapping it’s wings creating the wind.

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Thanks to Jimmy Åslund and Ljungdalens Skoterklubb for all your help and showing us around!

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Windbird - Stefan Hedborg

Costume/Make up - Hannah Tolf, Isabel Sörling

Photo - Donovan von Martens

Edit - Isabel Sörling, Jonathan Albrektson

Production - Soil Collectors

 

 

SHORT FILM FOREIGN SOIL

During 2013/14 Soil Collectors together with Donovan worked on the short film Foreign Soil which

was released in november 2014. In the film, we meet three foreign beings coming to earth

through the water trying to adapt to life on earth.

However, despite several attempts to disguise themselves to fit in, nature goes hard on them.

They become outcasts and choose to return. The film depicts the

human adverse reaction patterns against all that is foreign

and the inability to handle nature with care and foresight.