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Music for Elephants
코끼리를 위한 연주
  • 동물과 함께 사는 세상
Synopsis An incredible, unique, and moving documentary about a concert-pianist playing the music of the world’s greatest composers to blind, abused, injured and orphaned elephants with extraordinary results. This amazing story began when British musician, Paul BARTON played piano to a group of elephants at a sanctuary on the banks of the iconic River Kwai in Thailand. In the audience was an abused, blind, bull elephant called Pla-Ra. Although heartbroken at the loss of Pla-Ra, Paul has since played piano to many injured and abused elephants and discovered that Pla-Ra was definitely not alone in his musical appreciation. The scenes Paul plays piano in the nature surrounded by the elephants are beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time, reminding that the elephants are still suffering of ivory trade.
Director
Amanda FELDON 아만다 펠든
Amanda FELDON is an award-winning producer and director with more than 25 years of experience making a broad range of documentaries and factual television programs for major international broadcasters all over the world.
Director Amanda FELDON
Country Thailand
Year 2014
Running Time 47min
Genre Documentary
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15