Green Bank Pastoral

United Kingdom, Colombia, USA2020documentary53'
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Green Bank, a small town in West Virginia, in the 1950s became home to one of the biggest radio telescopes in the world. It is also a mecca for those who consider themselves sensitive to electromagnetic radiation because the area surrounding Green Bank is the National Radio Quiet Zone. Visually sophisticated, Federico Urdaneta’s documentary examines the issue of coexistence of scientific and pseudoscientific views in one human mind. He analyses the contradictions within the little human being living under the great dome of the universe.

directed by
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Federico Urdaneta

British-Columbian filmmaker. He has lived and worked in New York, Italy, Sweden and London. Having completed an artistic residency programme at the Fabica Institute in Italy, he has worked as a commercial and feature film director in London. His short documentary "Hunter" has entered the final phase of the "Meetings with Herzog" competition and his short films have been screened at festivals across the world.

cinematography
Federico Urdaneta
script
Federico Urdaneta
music
Jeremy Deller, Jamie Wignall, Matt Barbieri, Silas Powell, JS Bach
editing
Federico Urdaneta
production
Denise Moreno (Mal de Ojo)
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Kadr z filmu Green Bank Pastoral
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