The Dying Of The Light
Award-winning French-American filmmaker Benjamin Walter grew up in the royal city of Versailles (France).
In the Alaskan Arctic, during the long and dark winter, most days have a maximum of three hours of a dimmed blueish light, called polar light. This little piece is a contemplative testament to one of the most beautiful and wildest places in the entire world. Benjamin Walter spent two weeks in one of the United States; northernmost cities and got his drone up in the air, above the tundra, to shoot all this footage by -40 degrees Fahrenheit.