If you haven’t already, take a few minutes out of your day to sit and enjoy “A Story for Tomorrow”, a short travel film released a couple of months ago by talented US videographer Dana Saint.
Travelling through Chile and Patagonia over 5 weeks with his girlfriend Nina, Dana has collated breathtaking images of their adventures, which, combined together under the all-too-perfect narration of Castulo Guerra, has resulted in this much-loved online short film.
The 5:30 production, amazingly shot entirely using a Canon EOS 1D Mk IV DSLR, covers the couples journey from the north of the country, through the Atacama Desert, the central wine valley and Lakes district, southwards to the Chiloé archipelago and into the lush Torres del Paine National Park.
The aim of the movie? To explore the age-old question, “Why do we travel?” I think Dana has done a stellar effort in capturing the essence of this question and I look forward to keeping an eye on future “Gnarly Bay Productions“.