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Outliers, Vol I: Iceland

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In October of 2011, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians traveled to the remote countryside of Iceland to document their experience with the landscape, traditions and people encountered along the way. The end result is a series of improvised, collaborative musical vignettes - based on field recordings and visual material collected on location - amidst documentary footage of the journey to a uniquely breathtaking place. The feature-length film and accompanying soundtrack are slated for launch in June of 2012, featuring the work of thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic producers.

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Featuring "The Wind Sings" by Goldmund. From the Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland soundtrack.
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Film produced by Scenic (scenicstudio.tv).

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Part 1: https://vimeo.com/40626749
Part 2: https://vimeo.com/40669468
Part 3: https://vimeo.com/40725434
In October of 2011, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians travelled to the remote countryside of Iceland to document their experience with the landscape, traditions and people encountered along the way.

In addition to Deru’s score produced from field recordings taken in Iceland, the soundtrack also includes original tracks by an amazing lineup of electronic and modern classical composers and producers such as Loscil, Goldmund, Asura, Eskmo, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Son Lux and others.
A small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter.
A small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter.