THE ART OF SLOW TV WITH NOMADSLOW.TV
Join Jason Rodi as he explores the world of Slow TV: a true international media phenomenon originating from Norway. Embark on a journey with him to discover the Norwegian polar landscapes through his episode "NØRD," filmed at the North Cape, Norway.
The slow TV movement finds its origins in Norway, where television programs like "Hurtigruten: Minute by Minute" have captivated viewers by showcasing real-time coastal boat journeys for several days. Slow TV often aligns with ideas of well-being, relaxation, and disconnection from the daily hustle, much like FIKA(S) aims to achieve through its festival activities.
In a world incessantly clamoring for our attention, where every moment is fleeting and every experience is transient, NOMADslow.tv stands as a beacon of tranquility, a homage to the timeless, a testament to the eternal. We're not just offering more content; we're painting an idealized canvas of our existence, presenting a window to what I perceive as Heaven on Earth.