19 November, 2015 — 31 January, 2016
In September, Pieter ten Hoopen was nominated for an Emmy for his film, which is the culmination of a decade-long documentation of life in the small town of Hungry Horse in the Rocky Mountains of Montana. The project began when George Bush was re-elected and was fighting terrorism. It was a time when the gap between the rich and the poor widened.
"The project was like a slow food process. In order to learn to know the people and discover the unique expression of this special condition, it was crucial that I spend as much time as possible with them. After ten years I can confidently say that I have done everything I can to describe the town and the experience of the people who live there." - Pieter ten Hoopen
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