Capucine the Monkey is the First Non-Human Film Maker

By: Amanda Chang - Published: • References: news.discovery & notcot.org
It's all business and no monkeying around for Capucine, the world's first ever non-human film maker! According to Japanese primatologist and avid film fanatic Hirokazu Shibuya, the unexpected film director Capucine spent ten years within a laboratory for intense training and is the reason for this little monkey's film making abilities.

Recently, Capucine's film 'Oedipe' was accepted into the Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival in France. All cuts, images and sound clips were done by none-other than Capucine.

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