Part four of the film brindabellas is out today. In spring warmer temperatures see life return to the frozen alpine micro worlds of the Brindabellas as melting snow and ice combines with increasing thunderstorms to swell creeks and streams ahead of the return of summer’s heat.
brindabellas is the new infrared art/doco film from silver dory productions. It features the sky and landscapes of the Canberra region of Australia – in particular the Brindabella Ranges – captured in monochromatic (near) infrared.
brindabellas | film details
Concept: developed and written by Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel – silver dory productions
Producer: Glen Ryan | silver dory productions
Cinematographer: Glen Ryan
Camera Operator & First Assistant Camera: James van der Moezel
Editor, Post Production Supervisor & Colourist: James van der Moezel
Original Soundtrack: Marcus Hooper and Andy Heaney
Sound design and recording: James van der Moezel and Glen Ryan
Preview: May 30, 2014 – Arc Cinema – National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra, Australia.
General release: from May 28, 2015 (initially online – Vimeo on Demand)
Runtime: approximately 140 minutes – over 5 parts
Colour: black and white
Aspect Ratio: 2:1
Camera: Full-spectrum modified RED Epic-X and Red Epic-X – Nikkor lenses
Negative Format: Redcode RAW 5K
James wrapping up the edit for spring.
Marcus working on the spring soundtrack.