Fishing Without Nets (2014): Sundance Film Fest Winner

Shot in East Africa with Kenyan actors of Somali descent and directed by 2014 Sundance award-winning director, Cutter Hodierne, “Fishing without Nets” tells the interesting story of the bandits from the Somali point of view.

First-time feature filmmaker Hodierne, whose short film of the same name won the Jury Prize for Shorts at the 2012 Sundance Film Fest, combines the vision of an action thriller with the intimacy of an art film.

Hodierne tries to humanize the pirates by bringing the viewers inside their moral dilemmas and risky struggles.

Running time: 109 minutes