A film crew accompanied the art/research expedition to places in the Czech Republic and Iceland that can tell us a lot about many complex challenges and problems related to the climate crisis. Thanks to the films Invisible Landscapes and Future Landscapes, you can join us inside a geothermal power plant, at a melting glacial lagoon or an aquaponic farm where crops grow without soil.
A documentary film by Ivo Bystřičan.
2022 / 48’ (Medium Length)
A large part of the phenomena surrounding us in our daily lives is completely hidden from our sight.
Mysterious worlds of sounds, echoes, and vibrations form networks of extraordinary invisible landscapes
Have you ever wondered what the roar of water and heat in the bowels of a thermal power station or
the steady breathing of an oil rig sound like? A film full of bustle and sounds, yet one that is nearly
wordless, offering a unique perspective on ecology and energy. There are many other ways to see the
world than merely with our eyes.
Director and scriptwriter: Ivo Bystřičan
Cinematographer: Matěj Piňos
Film editor: Šimon Špidla
Production: Iveta Černá
Producer: Tereza Swadoschová (Era Productions)
Sound recordist and aerial shots: Jan Kalužný
Field recordists: Sara Pinheiro, Magnús Bergsson
Sound mix: Václav Flegl
The film was co-produced with Czech Television.