Glen Miller and Ben Hilton’s Return of the Sun is a fascinating and touching portrait of a modern Inuit family, filled with striking cinematography that could only be found in the majestic landscapes of North Greenland.
“Filming in such low temperatures with high winds is grueling. Keeping the camera out of the battering snow, keeping it warm and getting sound away from the winds was really tough, and it’s so dark,” says Hilton. “But emotionally, you see nature at its most inspiring and its most intense.” – (nowness)
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