In 2013, filmmaker Michael Glawogger hit the road to film an ambitious long-term documentary project with a free, experimental approach. Like many of his other films the project would involve extensive travel, but this time there would be no defined subject or pre-set intentions. Sadly, after four months of filming Glawogger died of malaria in Liberia. His long-time editor and collaborator, Monika Willi (who also edits the films of Michael Haneke), decided that the footage already shot should not be forgotten, and crafted this film with the help of the late director’s notes. Untitled is a work in constant motion, its many dazzling moments balanced by profound contemplation.