Fjord

Fiordo
by Skule Eriksen Short film Norvegia/Norway 2009 24'

NÁ¦rÁ¸yfjorden is a fjord in the town of Aurland, county of Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. About 17 km long and flanked by mountains towering nearly 2000 m over its calm waters, it is considered the most spectacular branch of the Sognefjord and was included in the Unesco World Heritage List in 2005. But it is also the world's narrowest fjord, measuring only 250 m at its narrowest point. Skule Eriksen guides us on a discovery of this extraordinary site through breathtaking images of landscape beauty.

Director:

Skule Eriksen

Country:

Norvegia/Norway

Film submission

23° Festival

CINEMAMBIENTE

29 May - 03 June 2020
TORINO

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