Is it possible to capture the universal beauty of Norway with a personal touch? A young Danish filmmaker shows you how.
What we might notice only for a few seconds, Hiroshi Kondo compiles into a three minute long masterpiece.
Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat.
A crust varying in thickness. Choppy vast whiteness during summer transformed into a giant mirror during winter, after a thin layer of water falls on its surface. Spreading across high prehistoric plateau Altiplano under the dormant volcano Tunupa, it is the major breeding ground for pink, white and grey species of flamingos.
The name Føroyar is derived from old Norse and means Sheep Islands, a name given by the Viking age settlers arriving from Norway in the 9th century.
Sven Engholm, a former dog-sledding champion, founded Europe's longest and most prestigious dog-sledding race: Finnmarksloppet. Apart form the race, Sven also created a special place for the most peculiar and extravagant travelers - Engholm Husk design Lodge. It is situated next to Karasjohka river, in Norway.
Fields, woods, clouds, mountains. Waves could be a typical landscape portrait we've already seen all over the Internet. However, Vojtech Domlátil chose a different perspective of narration for his latest short film. Waves has a concept and that means adjusting the visuals to the sound of water.
This is Nora Brown. A little Brooklyn musician. She isn’t just an ordinary 12-year-old preteen following today‘s trends. Her voice is unique and so is her taste in music. Always dressed in a stylish way matching her looks with a modern banjo, singing songs that have almost been forgotten.
Most of the songs I like are by people that are dead and most of the songs I play are by people who are dead.