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.
You can watch the accompanying films, A Glowing Cloud & An Eclipse here.
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