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Directed by Henry Bateman and produced by Heather Millard, Future of Hope is about the economical situation in Iceland, following the collapse of the banks in autumn 2008. ‘This feature-length documentary film tells the story of a few Icelandic people, not afraid to stand out from the crowd, who are taking a different path towards a more sustainable future. Academics, Politicians, Farmers, Scientists and Visionaries all demonstrate how the isolated country of Iceland could – with a little help from their friends – become not only a testing ground for new technologies but also a completely sustainable ecosystem. Punctuated with beautiful photography and a rousing soundtrack from Ampop frontman Biggi Hilmars and featuring a new song by Damien Rice – Future of Hope is an inspiration for a changing world. A perfect insight into the country of Iceland, the landscapes and the people’.
‘Iceland has the ability to inspire the world and this documentary is a peek into that potential,’ Damien Rice, muscician.
As the title suggests, Future of Hope, has an optimistic message which is worth sharing. The film has screened at over 14 film festivals around the world including IDFA (official selection), Thessaloniki International Documentary Film Festival (official selection), One World Film Festival (official selection), Hamburg Film Festival, Germany (official selection) and One World Film Festival (official selection). See also previous post about Future of Hope.
If you have any questions regarding the documentary or the exclusive offer you are more than welcome to email me; firstname.lastname@example.org And to order your copy of Future of Hope please e-mail to email@example.com and remember to write how many copies you want and your full address.
Directed By: Henry Bateman
Produced By: Heather Millard
Co-Produced By: Herbert Sveinbjornsson
Director of Photography: Henry Bateman
Editor: Elisabet Ronaldsdottir
Original Score: Biggi Hilmarsson
Additional Music by:
Animator: Una Lorenzen
Sound Design & Mix: Gunnar Steinn Ulfarsson
Production Assistant: Svala Magnea Georgsdóttir
Post-Production Facilities: Kukl ehf.