Landscapes at the World's Ends (2010) - Richard Sidey

Last updated by Darren on 21 October 2011

Update:  A DVD is available now:  http://www.richardsidey.com/prices/index.html

A non-verbal visual journey to the polar regions of our planet portrayed through a triptych montage of photography and video. Landscapes at the World's Ends is a multi-dimensional canvas of imagery recorded above the Arctic Circle and below the Antarctic Convergence, viewed through the lens of whom is realistically an alien in this environment, the polar tourist. Filmed during several artist residencies onboard three expedition vessels, New Zealand nature photographer and filmmaker Richard Sidey documents light and time in an effort to share his experiences and the beauty that exists over the frozen seas. Set to an ambient score by Norwegian Arctic based musician, Boreal Taiga, this experimental documentary transports us to the islands of South Georgia, the Antarctic Peninsula, Greenland and Svalbard.

 
Note: This film was originally designed to project onto three individual 4x3 screens in an exhibition context. The festival version has been designed to incorporate all three screens in a single 16x9 frame.
 
Below is the full film.   A DVD is available at:  http://www.richardsidey.com/prices/index.html
 

Landscapes at the World's Ends from Richard Sidey on Vimeo.

Credits
 
Design, Photography & Editing - Richard Sidey
 
Music - Boreal Taiga
Filmmaker name: 
Richard Sidey

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