NOATAK: Return to the Arctic, from frequent collaborators The Muir Project, was recently featured on National Geographic as part of their Short Film Highlight series. Emoto Music’s Paul Bessenbacher and Matt Bowen scored the short film which made its run on the festival circuit back in 2016 starting with the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Later appearances included the Wild & Scenic Film Festival Tour, Dances With Films, and G2 Green Earth Film Festival.

Check out the video below to watch the short film in its entirety or click the link to read the article:

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/video/shorts/now-in-their-70s-two-friends-return-to-the-arctic-for-one-more-adventure/

 

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Emoto Music featured artist Opus Orange, is playing a short, acoustic set with composer Matt Bowen between screenings of The Muir Project‘s newest documentary NOATAK: Return to the Arctic and Paddle for the North on Saturday, June 11, at Adventure 16 in West LA. See details below for this FREE event for all ages.

When: 5:30 PM – Happy Half Hour | 6:00 PM – Presentation

Where: 11161 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064

Opus Orange last partnered with The Muir Project for their widely-acclaimed documentary Mile…Mile & a Half.

Emoto composer Paul Bessenbacher & composer Matt Bowen have scored “NOATAK: Return to the Arctic”, a new short film brought to you by The Muir Project – the creative team behind Mile… Mile & A Half. The film was dreamt up and directed by Jen Serena & Ric Serena of Serena Creative & Jason Fitzpatrick. NOATAK will premier at Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival in Toronto Canada in the coming weeks. Check out the teaser below and stay tuned for a release date!

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35 years after their first visit to the Noatak River in Alaska’s wild and spectacular Brooks Range, two adventurers in their 70’s reflect on a lifetime of outdoor experiences and what still awaits them.