I am really happy with the way this turned out. I originally was just shooting the sunset, but after seeing the conditions I elected to setup a 2nd time-lapse of the stars. The results were fantastic.
I also must thank the very honest and, clearly a guy with some humour, who on discovering the setup in the early hours of the morning out in the back country, not only left it alone, but hiked around in front of it and posed for a picture. Without his honesty the time-lapse wouldn’t exist. Thanks stranger.
Also thanks to Courtney and Lib who invited me up to this awesome spot to enjoy the sunset.
Each month the Whistler Public Library screens a foreign or art film that you will likely not be seen anywhere else.
Through their subscription to the FILM MOVEMENT SERIES (courtesy of the Friends of the Whistler Public Library) they obtain a new award-winning film each month.
Film Movement Canada screens a number of the best films, you may not usually see. Selected from the biggest film festivals in the world these screenings are a unique opportunity and shouldn’t be missed.
All films will be screened in their original language, with English subtitles.
Note: The films are unrated and are not recommended for children under the age of 18.
Teddy Bear screens at 7pm Nov 18th, have a look at the trailer below.
Teddy Bear screens at 7pm Nov 18th at the Whistler public library