The third film, directed by Academy Award winner Orlando von Einsiedel, edited by me and released for free by National Geographic is ‘The Lost Forest’ about an extraordinary expedition.
Lead by Dr Julian Bayliss, an international team of scientists and explorers go on an extraordinary mission in Mozambique to reach a forest that no human has set foot in. The team, including some of the world’s foremost climate change experts, aims to collect data from the forest to help in our understanding of how climate change is affecting our planet. But the forest sits atop a mountain, and to reach it, the team* must first climb a sheer 100m wall of rock.
The scientist’s work is based on research conducted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.
* and the crew!
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTARY FILMS presents, in association with THE NOBEL PRIZE, a RIDEBACK and GRAIN MEDIA production, Music by PATRICK JONSSON, Edited by KATIE BRYER, Director of Photography WILL HADLEY, Executive Producers LAURA SPRECHMANN CAROLYN BERNSTEIN RYAN HARRINGTON, Produced by HARRI GRACE DAN LIN MARK BAUCH, Directed by ORLANDO VON EINSIEDEL