I have always wanted to film beautiful Santorini. In this film, I tried to show that despite all the modern day craziness in this world, there are still corners of this globe one can run to, to forget about 'things'.
Each cliff-side town dotted throughout the island faces the sun at a different angle, this meant that the rising sun would sweep through some towns faster then others, something that required observation when calculating the time-lapses within.
This film has been embedded on several hundred websites and has since gone on to become the un-official short film of Santorini.
Special thanks to Tamas & Angela Uhelszki for helping out in this shoot. Also thanks to Brisbane boys Darren Hayes & Daniel Jones of Savage Garden for the soundtrack.
For 25 centuries the Parthenon has been shot at, set on fire, rocked by earthquakes, looted for its sculptures, and disfigured by catastrophic renovations. To save it from collapse, the modern restoration team must uncover the secrets of how the ancient Greeks built this icon of western civilization in less than nine years without anything resembling an architectural plan.
Winner of the Writers Guild of America award for Outstanding Script for Television Documentary and nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Science, Technology, and Nature Programming.
Co-produced with NOVA, Studio Internationale, and ARTE/France