After Proximity and Parallax, this is the third film in Hansen’s trilogy on inverted perspective. The use of a stop-motion camera alters our experience of space and creates a new outlook on places and their geographies. While each of the earlier films was shot at one particular location, Travelling Fields offers a more complex view, as it moves between different topographies on the Kola Peninsula in Northern Russia.

Filmmaker
Inger Lise Hansen
Premiere
International premiere
Country
Norway
Year
2009
Medium
35mm
Length
9’
Language
no dialogue
Producer
Helga Fjordholm
Production Company
Fjordholm Filmproduksjon
Sales
Norwegian Film Institute
Cinematography
Greg Pope, Inger Lise Hansen
Editor
Inger Lise Hansen