Arctic Film Festival
10.00–10.30, Screening Room 3
Motion in the Lava Field / Artscape Iceland (CZ 2017, 28 min, dir. Jiří Straka, Dan Merta, EN)
An EEA bilateral CZ-IS project on art and architecture. Fragner Gallery in Prague in cooperation with the Cultural Heritage Agency of Iceland, Reykjavík Art Museum, Studio Granda, Museum of Design and Applied Art, Torg í biðstöðu, Meanwhile projects, The Lighthouse Village, etc.
10.30–10.55, Screening Room 3
The Arctic (NO 2019, 23 min, dir. Bjørn Anders Nymoen)
Bjørn Anders Nymoen’s film captures the Arctic landscape, glaciers and wilderness. The author also composed a specific film soundtrack, in which real outdoor recordings from Svalbard play an important role. B. A. Nymoen is a well-known photographer who has been working in the Arctic for three decades. His photographs are published in magazines such as National Geographic. He has also made movies for the world’s largest television companies.
10.55–11.30, Screening Room 3
A little bit of everything we do (NO 2022, 32 min, dir. Amund Aasbrenn, EN subtitles)
In this collection of 15 short video essays, director Amund Aasbrenn and the researchers of CICERO (the Center for International Climate Research in Oslo) dive into the broad field of their climate research. IPCC authors, sensory testing facilities, bicycle villages and carbon capture pilots are amongst the things you’ll meet in the film.
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