Nature Symphony

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    Nature Symphony

    Luontosinfonia

    Directed by

    Finland

    2019

    75 min

    • Finnish

    Documentary

    Nature Symphony is a song of praise to Finnish nature. Unique nature cinematography blends into the harmony of music. The music of Panu Aaltio transports the audience into the complexity of Finnish nature during each season. This magnum opus by the film team and the award-winning composer behind Tale of a Forest and Tale of a Lake presents the very finest in nature cinematography and truly takes the viewer into the heart of nature. The Dolby Atmos sound in Nature Symphony makes a star out of the music by Panu Aaltio, which he composed for the Vantaa Pops Orchestra, a 40-piece choir, and the singer, Johanna Kurkela. Atmos allows the composer to take part in the storytelling in an unprecedented way: the instruments, the choir, and the singer all have their unique place in the soundscape, and they have a much more pivotal role in storytelling compared to an ordinary film score.

    Festivals

    Credits

    Screenplay
    Marko Röhr
    Cinematography
    Teemu Liakka
    Editing
    Aapo Lettinen
    Benjamin Mercer
    Music
    Panu Aaltio
    Production
    MRP MATILA ROHR PRODUCTIONS
    Marko Röhr

    Marko Röhr

    Finland

    Marko Röhr is the founder and owner of MRP Matila Röhr Productions Ltd along with producer Ilkka Matila. Röhr has produced many successful films such as AMBUSH, TALE OF A FOREST, AND TALE OF A LAKE, the highest-grossing Finnish documentary of all time with almost 200 000 tickets sold. Röhr has directed multiple underwater and nature films. For example, UNDERWATER ICELAND (1997) received 13 international awards. All in all, Marko Röhr has produced more than 60 films, documentaries, and TV-series between 1987 and 2019. The Finnish film industry voted Röhr as Producer of the Year in 2016.