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Svalbard - Arctic Seasons
Cast & Credits

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Credits assembled by Thomas Hauerslev & Hans Kristian Bukholm Issue 46 - September 1996
Original title: Svalbard - Arctic Seasons. Working title: Svalbard. Filmed in: 65mm, 5 perf, 24 frames pr second. Principal cinematography filmed in: HBK-65/70 Camera. Presentation format: 70mm. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: Norway. Year of production: 1994 and February 1995. Released by: Carlo Productions, Norway. World premiere (Release date): December 15, 1995, Colosseum, Oslo, Norway.

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Producer: Carl E Johannessen. Director: Hans Kristian Bukholm, Carl E Johannessen. Screenplay: Hans Kristian Bukholm, Carl E Johannessen. Director of photography: Hans Kristian Bukholm. Film editor: Jan Erik Paulsrud. Music: Ragnar Bjerkreim. Sound: Jan H Lindvik/OPUS Film. Production designer: Carl E Johannessen. Production company: Carlo Productions, Bergen Film Development. Produced for: The Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Bergen, Norway. Production assistant: Jason C. Roberts, Geir Aasebøstøl. Concept and scenario: Hans Kristian Bukholm, Carl E Johannessen. Camera assistant: Helge Sunde. Camera operator: Hans Kristian Bukholm. Camera technician: Knut Brinch. Stills photography: Helge Sunde. Film loader: Helge Sunde. Camera system: HBK-65/70. Musical direction: Ragnar Bjerkreim. Music performend by: The Stavanger Symphony Orchestra. Sound design and editing: Jan H Lindvik. Sound mixer: Petter Fladeby. Re-recording: Petter Fladeby. 70mm sound system: Six-track magnetic Dolby Stereo (Formate 42). 35mm sound system: Four-track optical Dolby Stereo SR (Format 05) and six-track digital (Formate 10). Locations: Kvadehuken (Spitsbergen National Park), Ny-Ålesund, Isfjorden, Bellsund, Hopen and on the west coast of Negribreen. Production start: Fall 1993. First day of filming was April 20, 1994. Location managers, coordinators & researchers: Jason C. Roberts, Geir Aasebøstøl. Production accounting: Are Sandersen. Aerial pilot: Arvid Hausgård. Logistics & Guiding: Jason C Roberts, Geir Aasebøstøl. Main title design: PdC Design. Video on: Betacam/VHS PAL. Filmed with: Mitchell 65mm camera (HKB-65/70) modified by Hans Kristian Bukholm. HBK-65/70 Camera technique: Bergen Film Development. Filmstock: Eastman Kodak 5245 65mm film. Shooting ratio: 1:6. Processing: Technicolor, London. 70mm prints: 2. 35mm prints: 1. 70mm running time: 22 min. 35mm running time: 22 min. Distributor: Carlo Productions, Slettenveien 103, N-5065 Blomsterdalen, Bergen, Norway. Phone/fax: +47 5522 8132. E- mail: carlo@internet.no Copyright: Carlo Productions, Bergen Film Development.
Notes about the filming: Filmed entirely on location in Svalbard, Norway. Awards: Best Cinematography (Hans Kristian Bukholm) 20th International Tourist Film Festival Milan 1996. Synopsis: "Svalbard- Arctic Seasons" features the the wildlife, spectaculer nature and human activeties of the archipelago known as Svalbard, which lies to the north of Scandinavia. The jurney through the artic seasons also features the life of trappers and scientists in the kingdom of the polar bear.
Various: "Svalbard- Arctic Seasons" was shown at the Gøteborg International Filmfestival, Sweden 1996, Short Film Festival Grimstad, Norway 1996, the 20th International Tourist Film Festival Milan, Italy 1996 and Open Air Festival Raufoss, Norway August 22, 1996. The film will officially open the new 70mm cinema at The Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Bergen, Norway November 28, 1996. Festival print and poster sponsored by: Norwegian Film Institute, West Norwegian Film Center and The Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen, Norway. Further reading reference: The 70mm Newsletter No 37, February 1995. The Big Frame, Fall 1996.
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