Directed by Heiðrikur T. á Heygum
MÓÐIR (MOTHER) is a surrealistic art film inspired by Faroese traditional songs sung by the Faroese female vocal quintet KATA.
The film is a dream journey into the Faroese soundscape with KATA’s voices representing the female energy of the motherland through air, earth, and water.
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Director Biography – Heiðrikur T. á Heygum
Heiðrik á Heygum (1983) is a Faroes artist/film director.
Graduated from the Danish independent film school Super16 in 2014 and the Academy of Visual Art of Iceland in 2017.
Heiðrik is called a renaissance man whose work encompasses film, art, and music and often combines all three art forms into one. Heiðrik is one of the leading artists and filmmakers of the Faroe Islands producing award-winning videos for well-known Nordic singers and acts as Eivør, Pernille Rosendahl, Janus Rasmussen, ORKA, Marius Ziska, and others.
Heiðrik has done several music videos as short films that have been shown in many European Filmfestivals and won several prices.