A pristine wilderness is seen from a unique perspective as two Australian women, Gemma Woldendorp and Natasha Sebire, climb, explore and paraglide above Greenland's frozen landscape.
They travel by dog sled and skis to the rarely visited far North Liverpool Land region of Greenland. With the ever present threat of polar bears, the duo spend over a month alone making first ascents and flying form the summits of several peaks. In the vast white vistas, they find simplicity and a silence unlike any other.
Directed, filmed and edited: Natasha Sebire (with Gemma Woldendorp)
Post Production: Adam Sebire
"Sled Track" & "Conducting Experiments (String Loop)" by Ezra Szandala. Published by Spencer Sternberg
"Winds" by Chris Blackwell. Published by Audio Network
"Eternal Sunshine" by Gledden/Reilly/Pedder. Published by Audio Network
"Daybreak" by Matt Hill. Published by Audio Network
Cameras: Canon 7D and V.I.O. Pov HD Helmet camera
Lens: Canon 10-22mm EFS 1: 3.5-4.5 USM