A River of Rock
GFDRR / DfiD
A River of Rock is one in a series of three short documentaries examining the different natural elements released by eruputing volcanoes.
These films capture the real-life stories and experiences of disaster survivors; with the objective of analysing risk and educating communities that live in the shadows of active volcanoes.
A River of Rock focuses on the dangers and impact of volcanic lahars.
Filmed across the volcanoes Tungurahua in Ecuador, Soufrière Hills in Montserrat and Nevado del Ruiz in Colombia.
Client: The World Bank Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction and Recovery and the Department for International Development
Producers: Hillary Whales | Lambda Films
Anna Hicks | British Geological Survery
Jenni Barclay & Teresa Armijos | University of East Anglia
Steve Sparks & Sarah K Brown | University of Bristol
Cinematography: James Gorman & David Stafford
Editor: Donovan Jones