Directed by award winning, Bexie Bush, “Ever Hear A Postman Whistle?” was created for the BBC’s Open University Creative Climate Short Film Competition.
Two old armchairs discuss changing lifestyles and expectations. Their conversation covers shopping, waste, windmills, postmen and what really matters in life and we find they introduce an ideal way to explore issues around consumerism with their depth of humor, wisdom and experience. The film gently introduces the idea that we were less wasteful in the past.
All audio for this film is a recorded natural conversation, the microphone wasn’t hidden, but it was unobtrusive.