A prelude to The National Parks Project, Gros Morne is a startling 43-minute portrait of Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, shot through the lens of visionary cinematographer Peter Mettler. NPP:GM reﬂects the awesome contradictions embodied in this ageless landscape, where stark earth mantle, inland fjords, seaside stacks and other ancient geological wonders challenge the history of time.
Note about the film: Following its premiere at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, Gros Morne toured as a live cinema event, with different groups of musicians performing live improvised accompaniment.
- Rotterdam International Film Festival (February 2009, Rotterdam, Holland)
- Hot Docs International Documentary Festival (April 2010, Toronto, ON)
- Festival du Nouveau Cinema (October 2011, Montreal, QC)
- Calgary International Film Festival (September 2009)
- Kingston Canadian Film Festival (March 2010)
1x47min Documentary / HD; Nature, Arts, Environment, Time, Geology
Directed by: Ryan Noth
Cinematography by Peter Mettler
Produced by: Joel McConvey, Geoff Morrison, Ryan Noth