Apocalypse Now: an all-time classic best viewed in the dark. There’s something captivating about the underlying insanity of the film; it gave me slight childhood nightmares in the past. Since then I have come to appreciate it greatly.
Aquarela: I am a big fan of nature documentaries. Seeing the epic power of water in 48fps will be an absolute ball!
The River: having travelled in Kazakhstan and being somewhat familiar with Emir Baigazin’s former work, I can’t wait to see the beautiful rugged nature and the almost naturally slower pacing.
Koyaanisqatsi: a film that should be seen by anyone who calls themselves civilized. It’s a beautiful trip full of visual insight to the crass disconnection our developed societies have with our surroundings. A truly saddening vision of the modern age and the harrowing destruction we are causing to our home in the name of advancement.
Amazing Grace: I remember seeing Aretha Franklin for the first time while watching The Blues Brothers when I was young. I didn’t know anything about her back in those days, but my parents made sure to introduce me to her music. I’m in all for the music in this one! — Lauri Korpela, Content Assistant