Wind (2006)

Wind, sponsored by Al Gore, is set to a poem by Antonio Machado and narrated by Alec Baldwin. This hauntingly beautiful film shows what we stand to lose if we continue to put the environment second to progress, but also shows that it is possible to put technological progress hand in hand with environmental preservation.

Chel White's narrative perspective is often that of the estranged individual; the outsider looking in. His films paint indelible pictures of the human experience. Described as both a black humorist and a cinematic poet, Chel White's work is intricate, sublime, and beautiful.
In this short, White uses time lapse photography to simultaneously display the majesty of nature and the destruction of humanity's footprint.
You can buy Fever Dreams and Heavenly Nightmares: The Short Films of Chel White.

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