In South America: Untamed Winds by Vincent Urban, Clemens Krüger, Stefan Templer
Last year I shared a beautiful travel video called In South America by Vincent Urban, Clemens Krüger, Stefan Templer. They are now back with a sequel called In South America: Untamed Winds which was sponsored by the travel agency Peru for Less. It's great to see the success of the first one led to the second installment and I believe more will follow.
The new short-film, ‘In South America: Untamed Winds’ follows lifelong friends, and filmmakers, Vincent Urban, Clemens Krüger, and Stefan Templer on a four-month road trip through Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, and southern Brazil. Along the way, they witnessed the continent's natural beauty and were confronted with difficult weather conditions.
The film takes us on an adventure, acting as a guide, and leading the viewer through incredible landscapes, weather phenomenons and cultural rarities.
The three friends are not just a strong traveling team, but their combined artistic eye comes through in the creation of this strong and vibrant film, set to the effervescent sounds of Other Lives’ Dust Bowl III.
I must say I prefer the first one, but the second one is also very good and definitely makes me want to explore South America. But as I said before, it's a kind of trip I want to make with a travel soul mate I have yet to find.
I hope a viewer is able to feel the time passing, the huge distances, the loneliness, and even the struggles of doing such a trip. It’s not like Disneyland where you walk from one attraction to another. It’s an adventure.
On a trip like the one we took, you experience many different stories, landscapes, and people. I don’t believe it’s possible to make a film that covers every experience from a trip in just one clip. Vincent Urban
Watch, enjoy and hope it makes you want to go out and explore the world. I am looking forward to the future installments by these three great travellers.