6 minutes / Directed by Michael Korican / Victoria
On a beach in Mexico, a couple has a conversation about performing dolphins — are they on vacation or is something more ominous afoot?
About the filmmaker
Michael Korican is a Canadian filmmaker living in Victoria, BC. He has made 60 short films in standard and HD video, Super 8 and 16mm film. He says, “‘The Dolphins’ is a rumination on captivity and, therefore, on release; the aquatic mammals are metaphors of our existential thirst for happiness amid trying conditions.”