Thursday, January 7, 2016

The Time Lapse Film 'Iceland Aurora' (2014) Captures the Natural Wonder of Northern Lights

Shot in more than fifty locations, the non-narrative time lapse film "Iceland Aurora" directed by filmmaker Snorri Thor Tryggvason, captures the natural wonder of northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis.

Shot in more than fifty locations, the filmmakers spent one hundred and thirty nights over three years chasing green, purple and pink northern lights, as well as sunsets, sunrises, nocturnal clouds, starry skies, city scenes and barren moonlit landscapes.

Each of Iceland Aurora's seven chapters showcases a unique aspect of the Icelandic winter, with matching scores from musicians Pétur Jónsson, Kajak and Yagya. Together, they will take you on a magical journey through the ideal Icelandic winter week.

Watch the trailer:

And to get a sense of what the film has to offer, the filmmakers let you watch chapter four for free:

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