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THE SEER AND THE UNSEEN

by Sara Dosa

synopsis

The Seer and the Unseen is a magic realist environmental documentary about invisible elves, financial markets and the power of belief told through the story of Ragga Jónsdóttir, an Icelandic woman who speaks on behalf of nature under threat. Through Ragga's story, the film explores the unseen forces - be they elves or capitalism - that shape our visible worlds and transform our natural landscapes.

international title: The Seer and the Unseen
original title: The Seer and the Unseen
country: Iceland, United States
sales agent: Submarine (US)
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Sara Dosa
film run: 80'
screenplay: Sara Dosa
cinematography by: Bjarni Felix Bjarnason, Sigurður Grímsson, Daniel Schreiber, Arnar Sigurðsson, Patrick Kollman
film editing: Erin Casper
producer: Shane Boris
co-producer: Heather Millard, Þórður Jónsson, Arnar Sigurðsson
production: Compass Films, Austan Mána, Signpost Pictures (US)
backing: Icelandic Film Centre (IS)
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