By Marc FEHSE, Carsten FEHSE


Documentary - Completed 2009

    • Year of production
    • 2009
    • Genres
    • Documentary
    • Countries
    • Languages
    • Duration
    • 82 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Marc FEHSE, Carsten FEHSE
    • Writer(s)
    • Carsten FEHSE
    • Producer(s)
    • Marc FEHSE
    • Synopsis
    • An experimental documentary - Chill-out movie
      Art of Nature is an astounding and fantastic expedition about our world's nature. In countless close-ups and timelapse footage, the film presents an insight into the history of our blue planet. Evolution begins; cell-division, reptiles, mammals and eventually human beings, now organizing their existence in their urban habitats. The pace of the film changes consistently and towards the end, in our urban world, it rapidly accele-rates. The viewer travels around the world in minute cycles, from New York to Los Angeles, from Paris to Berlin, via Istanbul to Prague or Budapest. The exactly-timed musical accompaniment and the fractional sound effects transport the viewer into the heart of a gripping story, of which nature is the director. The atmospheric footage and the matching music make this film an experience, because in these days of noise, stress and hustle and bustle, oases of peace and contemplativeness are a must. Whoever wants to just sit back and be intoxicated by the beauty of Mother Nature will be thrilled by this documentary.
      The film can be shown in its entirety (82 minutes), but can also be split into 16 chapters.