We live in a fast paced society, where the action of walking slows us down. Nature never hurries.
Film maker Davide Calafà, along with two friends, undertook a six days hike into the wild, carrying only what was strictly necessary to explore and document the incredible landscapes of Icelandic inland. A place that still is ruled by the strong nature, surrounded by the ocean and his creature, a place that doesn’t belong to any man.
Walking through volcanoes, wind blowing strong and sharp, daylight lasting more than 21 hours: time-warp, silence.
There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.
No Man’s Land is an unique experience to feel in another dimension, a short movie which is taking you to the moon. To a free place.

Don’t miss the showings of the movie at international film festivals. The premiere is at Adventure Awards Days on April 2017.