Eyes in the Forest: The Portraiture of Jim Lawrence
숲의 시선: 짐 로렌스의 이미지
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Synopsis Follow experimental filmmaker Miriam Needoba in this rare view of British Columbia's remote Selkirk Mountains as seen through the eyes of wildlife photographer Jim Lawrence. Interweaving the startling imagery of Lawrence's still photography with Needoba's [adjective] cinematography, 'Eyes In The Forest: The Portraiture of Jim Lawrence' is as much restrained study of landscape and wildlife as it is a conversation between two artists and their art forms. Lawrence is as much a part of the landscape as the grizzly bears, eagles, caribou and squirrels he captures on film. Combining engaging soundscapes from the environment with Lawrence's gentle narration, this short documentary transports the audience deep into this wild and beautiful world. “I wanted to provide an experience – an intimate view of this world that is hidden from sight but is deeply impacted by human action,” says Needoba. “I hoped that representing their world, and Jim’s experience of it, would inspire greater empathy and understanding for the wildlife we so admire.”
(0409 추가시놉) Follow experimental filmmaker Miriam Needoba in this rare view of British Columbia’s remote Selkirk Mountains as seen through the eyes of wildlife photographer Jim Lawrence.
Director
Mariam Needoba 미리암 니도바
Director Mariam Needoba
Country Canada
Year 2012
Running Time 12'36"
Genre Documentary
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15