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Astra Film Festival

Life under the Arctic Sky

Robin Sip,  Netherlands, Taiwan, USA 2016 42'

Film Presentation:
This documentary takes the viewerto a breathtaking journey two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, near the jagged tips of Norway's crown, the sun does not set for weeks on end during the summer months, and the midnight sun bounces off fields of midsummer snow. Here is the Sami's homeland, spread across northern Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. The Sami are some of Europe’s last indigenous peoples, reindeer herders who for thousands of years have lived a nomadic lifestyle in the Arctic wilderness. For them, the notion of time is untethered from the cycles of the sun and is tied instead to something far more important: the movement of the reindeer.
Festivals/Awards:
Honorable Mention @ Jena Full-Dome Festival
Director's Bio-Filmography:
Robin Sip is a director/writer and founder of Mirage3D, a company that produces immersive fulldome films for digital dome theaters and science centers. Mirage3D made the first 4K fulldome film in 2007, and the first 3D film, Dawn of the Space Age, in 2008. Mirage 3D films play in more than 600 fulldome theaters and science centers around the world. Currently, his focus is on improving live-action capture for the dome.
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Media:
Program:
Monday 17.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
Monday 17.10.2016 21:30, FULL-DOME
Tuesday 18.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
Wednesday 19.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
Thursday 20.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
Friday 21.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
Sunday 23.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
Tuesday 18.10.2016 19:30, FULL-DOME
Wednesday 19.10.2016 19:30, FULL-DOME
Thursday 20.10.2016 19:30, FULL-DOME
Friday 21.10.2016 19:30, FULL-DOME
Sunday 23.10.2016 19:30, FULL-DOME
Saturday 22.10.2016 16:15, FULL-DOME
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