Full post production on 1 x 90’ feature length film for BBC 4.
A documentary that follows a lone Inuit as he hunts, fishes and constructs an igloo. It tells the story of skills that are disappearing and of how climate change is affecting the lives of Greenland's indigenous people.
With its focus on the ingenious craft of igloo building before it becomes too late to record it, this is a meditative and poetic sensory immersion in a landscape of ice and snow, an elegy to a world that is melting away.
The grade was completed by Sonny Sheridan using Digital Vision Nucoda.
Nick Fry mixed the audio in Dolby Home Atmos using ProTools HDX version 12.
Stef Henley completed the online using Avid Symphony.
Post Produced by Lauren Ellis-Jones.