Nothing on Earth

Murray Fredericks is an award-winning artist renowned for his photographs of the vast, empty space of Lake Eyre, South Australia. For Nothing on Earth, he relocates his work to the Greenland icecap—atop a melting glacier and under the solar storms of the Aurora Borealis. With the use of cutting-edge time-lapse cinematography, the film provides a visual representation of the movement of ice through geological time, alongside Murray’s own personal journey. (BC Premiere)

Directed by Michael Angus

Presented by The Knowledge Network

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