52 mins, Director Mathieu Le Lay, France, NZ Premiere. BEST FILM ON THE ENVIRONMENT
In love with images and the cold, the wildlife photographer Jérémie Villet travels alone through the white deserts of the northern hemisphere with his pulka and his telephoto lens, looking for animals that survive in extreme cold. During his upcoming expedition in the Canadian North, Jérémie is about to explore the wild and extreme Yukon region, with the ultimate goal of photographing the legendary mountain goat. The difficulty of access to the mountain territories where this animal evolves and the freezing temperatures will make the task challenging. Carried by adventures and unique human and animal encounters, this documentary allows us to enter the photographer’s intimacy and to approach with delicacy this changing world.