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4×5 Film, Worth the Wait

October 13th, 2010

Lindsay picked up her 4×5 from the lab, the film survived airport security (where one officer brought out a film changing bag, yikes!) and the sometimes rainy working conditions of Iceland.  Here are a few images from the Víðidalstungurétt roundup, where there was no shortage of dapper men in wool sweaters.

The Sorting Pen

October 3rd, 2010

Herd on the Way to Víðidalstungurétt Roundup

October 2nd, 2010

Haukur and Gudlaug

September 26th, 2010

We were lucky enough to spend the day filming Haukur and Gudlaug on their farm as they worked with their beautiful horses.  Haukur is an 81 year old horse breeder who has been working with Icelandic horses his entire life and his herd is over 200 strong.

River Crossing after Vatnsdalur Roundup

September 26th, 2010

Week One Update

September 24th, 2010

Just finished up the first week of production and we’ve definitely found our rhythm.  We’ve met incredible people and are continuously surprised by their generosity and enthusiasm for the project.  This morning we shot a group of farmers as they rode out for a full day of herding.  Their horses had been grazing in the high country for eight months, and need to be brought home for the winter.  Later in the afternoon we hiked up a mountain and saw the herd crossing a stream in the valley.  By the time the video camera and 4×5 were on their tripods, hundreds of horses were running at us.  After three hours of hiking, we only captured a few minutes of footage and several sheets of film, but it was worth the effort.  We still have over a week in Iceland, with three more roundups and several scheduled interviews.

Skrapatungurétt: Video Takes From Day Two

September 20th, 2010

Just a few video takes from the second day of filming here in Iceland… we put in a full day of shooting and it was great.  No major equipment debacles and the light and weather were cooperative.  The day was spent documenting the horses as they were being sorted by the owners and then driven back to their home farms.  We were invited to a festive dinner at Sandra and Ragnar’s farm for meat soup, sherry meringue, and good conversation.

Skrapatungurétt Roundup Day Two

September 20th, 2010

A Peek at Some First Day of Video

September 19th, 2010

We were able to make it out to the first roundup… the light was great, we were a bit rushed and there were some equipment fatalities but we managed to get some video shot.  We didn’t have time to sync the audio last night so this is just MOS except for the farmers singing at the end which is just the on board mic but was too cool to silence. All in all a good first day.

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