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North of the Arctic Circle is a fast-changing and fragile environment and one that filmmakers Florent and Amberly dreamed of exploring since childhood. In June of 2015, the couple traveled to Ilulissat, Greenland, and then ventured out to Disko Bay to document the surrounding landscape and preserve the natural beauty (on film) for future generations. You can follow their production company Of Two Lands on Facebook here and Instagram here.