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Silence of the Tides

Silence of the Tides

By (author) Pieter-Rim de Kroon


Publishing 13th Feb 2023
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    • A unique cinematic /photographic project of an endangered ecosystem
    • High-resolution frames from an award-winning film capture the Wadden Sea reserve, which spans the coastline of 3 countries. Includes a DVD of the film
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    The Wadden Sea region, which extends over the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark is one of the last remaining large-scale ecosystems that dry out at low tide, and has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since June 2009. Silence of the Tides is a cinematic portrait of this unique nature reserve of intertidal mud flats and wetlands. Director Pieter-Rim de Kroon’s 102 minute film explores the fragile relationship between man, nature, and tides. It captures the fog, wind, and water, the constantly changing light, and the ever-present horizon. This book was created from high-resolution frames from the film, which were personally selected by director de Kroon. It includes a DVD of the film.

    About the Author

    Pieter-Rim de Kroon started in 1980 as a cameraman for the Polygoon-Profilti newsreel. His work is characterised by a strong 'cinematographic approach'. Pieter-Rim's films have been awarded more than 140 awards at international film festivals, including a Golden Calf for the documentary Hollands Licht.

    Lannoo Publishers
    Publish date
    13th Feb 2023
    World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
    310 mm x 245 mm
    192 Pages
    120 color, 20 b&w
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