There are some fantastic young film-makers out there. But Pau García Laita is one of my favourites. I can watch his tilt-shift short films again and again and see something new every time.
This time the subject is the province of Girona. Go full screen, watch and enjoy.
The background behind the film and a list of locations in the video are below.
On May 2014 the Catalan Tourist Board organized a social media action in which 5 different artists were invited to spend a week through a province of Catalonia shooting with their own style. This is the result of tiltshifting the province of Girona, probably the one that has the most variety of geographical and landscape locations, where I tried to show the different lifestyles people have with a summertime feeling.
Locations in order of appearance: Cadaqués, Vall de Núria, Ribes de Freser, Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc, Sa Tuna, La Garrotxa, Banyoles, Besalú, Castellfollit de la Roca, Camprodon, Ripoll, Portbou, Estartit, Girona, Puigcerdà, La Cerdanya, La Molina, Cadaqués, Port Lligat, Monestir de Sant Pere de Rodes, El Port de la Selva, La Selva de Mar, Figueres, Sant Antoni de Calonge, Tamariu, Vall de Núria, Palamós, Tossa de Mar, Illes Medes.
Check out Pau’s two previous films set in Barcelona.