Camera & editing by Kirill Trifonov http://www.geoclip.ru/authors/trifonov-kirill , http://vk.com/club31364903 , https://www.facebook.com/Geoclip
Music by Miguel Herrero http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/224869/ice-beat
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Lake Baikal in Sibieria, Russia, is with 1642 meters the deepest and with more than 25 million years, the oldest freshwater lake on Earth. 23% of the world's fresh water is located in the 673 km long and up to 83 km wide lake. The lake is home to over a thousand endemic species. 90% of the biomass are Amphipods, which reach a size from a few millimeters to about ten centimeters. The water temperature in early June was 2 to 4 degrees Celsius.
Referred to as “The Blue Heart of Siberia”, Lake Baikal is the deepest lake on Earth, it magically lures different cultures to coexist and fuse peacefully within its realm of mind-blowing beauty. The film warmly depicts the human element in a sub-zero and unearthly landscape by sharing endearing stories of the local people whose hearts belong to it.
The film is entirely produced in native stereoscopic 3D and 4K resolution
Teaser 3D anaglyph version - vimeo.com/114583670
directed by Alexander Dukhon
written by Iliyas Akhmedov, Jennifer Eremeeva
dp Sasha Romm
steadicam operator Nikita Rozhdestvensky
edited by Sonya Kapnik
cg Keerah Borg
music by Andrey Bochko, Dmitry Bochko
sound design and mixing by Rustam Bekmuratov
native stereo optimization by Daniel Ovrutsky
colourist Artem Ignatov