Sunday morning, and several more films I have seen since last I popped up Elsewhere. (I've even booked a couple more sessions, one as part of the surprise screenings recently announced.) Thirty-three thus far! We are now over halfway, and all of them have been in some way inspiring and challenging. Head over to Gracia's blog to read her recent MIFF post, Pepe and the finely dressed felines of Paris to glean further.
Malay Peninsula, and Sumatra, Borneo, Java, Bali, and Sulawesi in Indonesia.
Semi-evergreen and evergreen forest, also mangroves or mature parkland. Usually found in groves and forest edge. Unlike most swifts, this Treeswift perches on twigs in the treetops to rest.
June's bird is one you may recall catching a glimpse of here.
Hear one (Recorded in Indonesia: Togean Islands; Batudaka Island)
(Cropped photograph of an actual Grey-rumped Treeswift by Filip Verbelen.)