FFN - Lockdown: Relative Risk

How are health, risk and nature relevant in this pandemic? 

When the pandemic hit Norway, the government advised against going on mountain hikes, in order to minimize the risk of precious resources being spent on rescue operations. Relative Risk is a film that explores the concepts of health, responsibility and risk in encounters with people in nature who each play their role in the issue: a doctor on a skiing trip, a psychologist on a hike, a group of young people riding longboards, and a youth worker climbing a mountain wall.


Director

Inge Wegge (b. 1986) is an award winning director, producer and cinematographer based in Lofoten. He studied film at the Nordland College of Art and Film, and has a passion for extreme sports, nature and the environment. The film Descent into the Maelstrom, on which he served as a producer and cinematographer, was screened at TIFF 2020.

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