Timelapse for an award winning film

Director Nicholas Abrahams approached Ammonite to help him in creating a short film and music video for the song  Ekki Múkk by Sigur Rós as part of the Valtari Mystery Film Experiment. We set up a timelapse of a decomposing fox. Timelapse footage that went into the film took several months to shoot but we continued to run the cameras until the fox was just fur and bones which took close to six months. The film went on to win Best UK Short at the 10th London Short Film Festival

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