The film will be available from 12:00 am on the 29th of January to 11:59 pm on the 7th February.
Somewhere at the end of the world, where ocean and rocks play their endless games of hide and seek, lives a man. In his mysterious solitude he is not alone. One day remains of a white whale are washed by a storm on a beach. In this stranded portrait inspired by H. Melville's masterpiece Moby Dick the director questions our inner reality and our own gaze on it.
DocPoint Helsinki Documentary Film Festival
Founded in 2001, DocPoint is one of the largest documentary festivals in the Nordic countries. In Finland, it is the only festival solely dedicated to documentary films. Once a year it brings more than a hundred of the best and most talked-about documentary films from all over the world and Finland to the screens of Helsinki.
The films in DocPoint’s international and national selections are Finnish premieres. They cover the most significant documentary offerings of the past twelve months and range from festival hits to experimental gems for smaller audiences.
DocPoint wishes to broaden the understanding of its audiences as to what’s happening in the world, to discuss the state of humanity and the environment – and to feature the many different ways to tell stories and interpret the world by the means of documentary filmmaking.
DocPoint does not shy away from difficult subjects, incorrect thinking or bold experiments. The artistic director of DocPoint is in charge of selecting the films for the international series. Submission information on the national series will be posted on the festival’s website.
DocPoint supports equality and diversity and aims at evolving into an ecologically sustainable film festival. DocPoint wishes to generate ideas, to bring about discussions, and to create communality. This is why the festival features not only film screenings but also debates, industry events, clubs, and other side events.