"Four of New Zealand's most celebrated artists journey to Fiordland. The story follows the artistic process of each, from the sketches"11 May 2010Factual47 mins
Four of New Zealand's most celebrated artists journey to Fiordland. Over the course of a 5 day voyage they not only explore the most spectacular landscapes on earth, but embark on their own artistic response to the wilderness and to its history - in particular the legacy of William Hodges, ship's artist with Captain Cook in 1773. The Waterfall brings some of New Zealand's most renowned contemporary artists to Fiordland, and to the screen: Gerda Leenards, John Walsh, Nigel Brown and Melvin 'Pat' Day. The story follows the artistic process of each, from the sketches "en plain air" to the final artwork. A work of art in itself, The Waterfall combines good characters, a great yarn, humour and stunning imagery within the natural canvas of World Heritage Status Fiordland.
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Have you watched The Waterfall yet? What did you think about it?