Spencer Frost, Guy Williment |
Australia, Russia |
2023 |
89Min |
13 L
Just as Russia invades Ukraine, surfers Letty Mortensen and Fraser Dovell are halfway on a long-planned surf trip to the Kamchatka peninsula in the far east of Russia to find waves. Despite calls to abort their flight to Moscow, they go ahead. At a time when the world sees the worst of human nature, they fly behind the Iron Curtain and find, to their surprise, the best of it. Mi-8 helicopters, skidoos, frozen campsites, and frozen bank accounts, this trip quickly becomes far more than anyone can imagine in a frozen land peppered with active volcanoes as remote as it is unique.
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Guy Williment

Spencer Frost, Guy Williment

Spencer Frost is a Filmmaker from Avalon Beach, Sydney who specialises in travel, adventure, tourism, ocean, underwater, and specialised (gimbal/drone) cinematography. He has worked with international brands, agencies, and production companies including BBC Earth, National Geographic, RED BULL Media House, Japan Airlines, and Corona. He has travelled to Russia, Iceland, Africa, Europe, Japan, Hawaii, Indonesia, South Pacific and covered almost the whole of Australia with a camera in hand. Spencer shoots with a RED Raptor 8K Digital cinema camera, MOVI PRO gimbal, Leica R Lens Kit, and other top-end gear. Guy is a self-taught photographer and filmmaker from Sydney, Australia. His work focuses on adventure, travel, tourism, surf and lifestyle. His images aim to capture the beauty and raw side of nature and human interaction with it. His work has been published on the cover of multiple surf and lifestyle magazines. He self-published a 300-page hardcover surf photography book and co-directed Corners of the Earth: Kamchatka. For Guy, photography is all about being immersed in nature: travelling to wild and remote places off the beaten track and trying to capture moments that might not have been seen before.